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Rayner Heppenstall

Gareth Buckell

Rayner Heppenstall

a critical study

by Gareth Buckell

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Published by Dalkey Archive Press in Champaign, IL .
Written in English


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StatementG. J. Buckell.
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LC ClassificationsPR
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Pagination91 p. ;
Number of Pages91
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Open LibraryOL22766914M
ISBN 109781564784711

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Rayner Heppenstall, Writer: Thirty-Minute Theatre. Rayner Heppenstall was born in Huddersfield in and educated at Leeds University, studying English and French. Moving to London in the s, he became a journalist and poet, writing for T. S. Eliot's 'The Criterion' and befriending Dylan Thomas, Herbert Read, Eric Gill and many other literary tion: Writer. Abstract. In The Intellectual Part, an autobiographical volume published in , Rayner Heppenstall, ‘one of the few English novelists who have done truly experimental work, one of the very few who can—and wish to—compete with, say, Michel Butor or Nathalie Sarraute on their own difficult ground’, 1 sketched both his intentions and his desires for his novels, admitting that he would Author: David Leon Higdon.

Léon Bloy is an odd little study, with considerable autobiographical detail and asides (but without it really revealing all that much about Heppenstall), and while he gets quite penetrating in part, one only gets something of a sense of Bloy the writer and man, not a picture that feels full. The quirky approach (and it really is quirky) has. Read this book on Questia. The Fourfold Tradition: Notes on the French and English Literatures, with Some Ethnological and Historical Asides by Rayner Heppenstall, | Online Research Library: Questia.


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Rayner Heppenstall has 33 books on Goodreads with ratings. Rayner Heppenstall’s most popular book is A Harlot High and Low. John Rayner Heppenstall was a British novelist, poet, diarist, and a BBC radio producer.

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Rayner Heppenstall: A Critical Study (Dalkey Archive Press, ). The first monograph on English author Rayner Heppenstall (), published by the Dalkey Archive Press in their Scholarly Series in This book examines the first five novels by Heppenstall, published between andusing Hélène Cixous's claim that Heppenstall's first, The Blaze of Noon.

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No cover image. Leon Bloy. By Rayner Heppenstall. Read preview. Rayner Heppenstall was born in Huddersfield in and educated at Leeds University, studying English and French.

Moving to London in the s, he became a journalist and poet, writing for T. S. Eliot's 'The Criterion' and befriending Dylan Thomas, Herbert Read, Eric Gill and many other literary figures.This book examines the first five novels of Rayner Heppenstall ().

During his lifetime, many critics cited Heppenstall as the founder of the nouveau roman, believing his debut novel, The Blaze of Noon (), anticipated the post-war innovations of French writers such as Alain Robbe-Grillet and Nathalie Sarraute.

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