3 edition of bibliography of the writings of James Branch Cabell found in the catalog.
bibliography of the writings of James Branch Cabell
I. R. Brussel
|Statement||by I. R. Brussel.|
|Series||[The Centaur bibliographies. no. 11]|
|Contributions||Holt, Guy, 1892-1934.|
|LC Classifications||Z8139.7 .B91, PS3505.A153 .B91|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p., 2 l.|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||32014209|
Further Reading on James Branch Cabell. An volume edition of The Works of James Branch Cabell () was published, but no collected edition has added books published after Isadore Rosenbaum Brussel, A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell () is also incomplete. Cabell, Branch - (James Branch Cabell)kăˈbəl, –, American novelist, b. Richmond, Va., grad. William and Mary, "As a mnemonic for the pronunciation of his name, he wrote: 'Tell the rabble / My name is Cabell.' (, F Brett Cox, editor)" After various experiences as a journalist and as a clerk for a coal mining company he began writing fiction.
James Branch Cabell (ˈ|k|æ|b|əl) (Ap - May 5, ) was an American poet and prose author of fantasy fiction and belles lettres. Cabell was well regarded by his contemporaries, including H.L. Mencken, Edmund Wilson, and Sinclair Lewis. His works were considered escapist and fit well in the culture of the s, when they were most popular. For Cabell, veracity was "the one. Authors C CABELL, James Branch Sort by: Sort by Featured Items Newest Items Bestselling Alphabetical: A to Z Alphabetical: Z to A Avg. Customer Review Price: Low to High Price: High to Low.
Chivalry Contents The story of the sestina -- The story of the tenson -- The story of the rat-trap -- The story of the choices -- The story of the housewife --The story of the satraps -- The story of the heritage -- The story of the scabbard -- The story of the Navarrese -- The story of the fox-brush. Series VIII--Dramatic and musical interpretations of Cabell's work Series IX--Scrapbooks, notebooks and oversized items A Guide to the James Branch Cabell Papers, ss James Branch Cabell Papers M .
An account of a new and successful method of treating those affections which arise from the poison of lead
Logging slash and debris
Iraq and the crimes of aggressive war
ethics of Buddhism
Nation-building in Kenya
Research and the health policy process
Faculty promotion and tenure policies of approved law schools
Anna of the five towns
Brewer – Frances Brewer, James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography of his Writings, Biography and Criticism. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press (). This is in many ways the ‘standard’ work on Cabell’s writings.
It is a traditional academic bibliography, and Cabell himself was a silent collaborator in it. Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brussel, I.R.
(Isidore Rosenbaum), Bibliography of the writings of James Branch Cabell. Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holt, Guy, Bibliography of the writings of James Branch Cabell.
Philadelphia, Centaur Book Shop, James Branch Cabell (/ ˈ k æ b əl /; Ap – May 5, ) was an American author of fantasy fiction and was well-regarded by his contemporaries, including H.
Mencken, Edmund Wilson, and Sinclair works were considered escapist and fit well in the culture of the s, when they were most popular.
Notes on the Cabell Collections at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press. Brussel. A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell: A Revised Bibliography. Philadelphia, PA: The Centaur Book Shop.
James Branch Cabell. Quiet Please. University of Florida Press. A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell: a Revised Bibliography [Brussel, I R] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell: a Revised BibliographyAuthor: I R Brussel.
The Works of James Branch Cabell (also known as Biography of the Life of Manuel; 18 volumes, ) Ballads from the Hidden Way () The White Robe ()* revised and republished in The Witch-Woman (). James Branch Cabell was an American author of fantasy fiction and belles lettres.
Cabell was well regarded by his contemporaries, including H. Mencken, Edmund Wilson, and Sinclair Lewis. His works were considered escapist and fit well in the culture of the s, when they were most popular/5.
James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography of His Writings, Biography and Criticism [Brewer, Frances Joan, Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, Cabell, James Branch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography of His Writings, Biography and CriticismAuthor: Frances Joan Brewer, Matthew Joseph Bruccoli, James Branch Cabell.
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James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography of His Writings, Biography and Criticism: ISBN () Softcover, Literary Licensing, LLC, The Jewel Merchants. Isadore Rosenbaum Brussel, A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell () is also incomplete.
A biographical and critical study which lists later books and perceptively surveys Cabell's career is Joe Lee Davis, James Branch Cabell (). James Branch Cabell () is best known for his tales of the imaginary land of Poictesme, where chivalry and galantry live on.
All of Cabell's works from before were assembled into the grand "Biography of the Life of Manuel," the supposed. A Cabell Sampler. James Branch Cabell's self-prolaimed goal in life was to "write perfectly of beautiful happenings". Here is a tiny sampler of J.B.C's writings, beginning with his single most famous passage, and continuing with a few excerpts from his other books.
"Each to his creed," said Yaotl. James Branch Cabell. James Branch Cabell (–) Contributed by Stephen R. Wetta and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography. James Branch Cabell was the author of fifty-two books, including fantasy and science fiction novels, comedies of manners about post-bellum Richmond, works of genealogy, collections of short stories, essays, and poetry.
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(Rochdale, J. Clegg, ), by James. Biography of the Life of Manuel is a series of novels, essays and poetry by James Branch purports to trace the life, illusions and disillusions of Dom Manuel, Count of Poictesme (a fictional province of France), and of his physical and spiritual descendants through many generations.
The Judging of Jurgen (Chicago: The Bookfellows, ), by James Branch Cabell (page images at HathiTrust) The Literary Policy of the Church of Rome, Exhibited in an Account of Her Damnatory Catalogues or Indexes, Both Prohibitory and Expurgatory, With Various Illustrative Extracts, Anecdotes, and Remarks (second edition; London: J.
Duncan. Foreword (James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography of His Writings, Biography and Criticism) () Letter from Cabell to Author () Stallion and Dragon () with E. R. Eddison; Letter to Mr. Ross, J () The Nightmare Has Triplets: An Author's Note .I.
R. Brussel, author of A Bibliography of the Writings of James Branch Cabell; A Revised, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site .Cabell was born on Apin Richmond, the son of Robert Gamble Cabell, a physician who was then assistant superintendent of the Central Lunatic Asylum in Petersburg, and Anne Harris Branch Cabell, the beautiful and headstrong daughter of James Read Branch and granddaughter of Thomas Branch, both prominent investment bankers.