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Anleitungen eine Farbe zu lesen: Gelb. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Bischoff. - Theroux, Alexander
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Theroux, Alexander:
Anleitungen eine Farbe zu lesen: Gelb. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Bischoff. - Erstausgabe

1998, ISBN: 3434504400

Taschenbuch, ID: 18486828783

[EAN: 9783434504405], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [SC: 5.55], [PU: Hamburg, Europäische Verlagsanstalt EVA,], GEWEBE, ESSAY, ESSAYISTIK, KUNSTHISTORIKER, KUNSTPHILOSOPHIE, KÜNSTLERBIOGRAPHIEN, KUNSTLITERATUR, KUNSTPÄDAGOGIK, KUNSTWISSENSCHAFT, KUNSTFÜHRER, KUNSTGESCHICHTE, KUNSTTHEORIE, BILDBAND, MALEREI, KUNSTWERKE, KUNSTPSYCHOLOGIE, KUNST, PLASTIK, MYTHEN, KULTURANTHROPOLOGIE, MYTHOS, KULTUREPOCHEN, KULTURTECHNIKEN, ANTHROPOLOGIE, ETHNOLOGIE, KULTUR, WISSENSCHAFT, BILDUNG, VÖLKERKUNDE, VOLKSKUNDE, SYMBOL, KULTURWISSENSCHAFTEN, EVOLUTION KULTURWANDEL, KULTUS, KULTURGESCHICHTE, GESCHICHTE, AMERICANA, AMERIKA, ZEITGESCHICHTE, AMERIKANISCHE GESELLSCHAFT, LITERATUR DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS, POLITIK, SOZIOLOGIE, AMERIKANISTIK, USA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN, LITERATURGESCHICHTE, 97 (3) Seiten. 20 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. Alexander Theroux lebt in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Er studierte an der University of Virgina und promovierte dort 1968. Ehrtätigkeit u.a. an Harvard und Yale. "Orange" ist der Titels eines der drei Essays, die den Band "The Secondary Colors" bilden. Die beiden anderen sind "Green" und "Purple". Ergänzt wird die Essayreihe durch den ersten Band, "The Primary Colors", der die Farben "Red", "Blue", "Yellow" umfasst. - Alexander Louis Theroux[1] (born 1939) is an American novelist and poet whose best known novel is perhaps Darconville’s Cat (1981) which was selected by Anthony Burgess’s Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939 – A Personal Choice in 1984 and in Larry McCaffery’s 20th Century’s Greatest Hits [2] He was awarded the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction in 1991 and the Clifton Fadiman Medal for Fiction in 2002 by the Mercantile Library in New York City.[3] He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux. . Literary work: His first novel, Three Wogs, was written during a stay in London and was briefly considered for performance by BBC television by the actor, Roy Dotrice. His second novel, Darconville’s Cat was nominated for the National Book Award. He published the fable, Master Snickup’s Cloak, which was illustrated by Brian Froud in 1979. That was followed by several other fables, The Schinocephalic Waif and The Wragby Cars with illustrations by Stan Washburn in 1974. In 1987 he published An Adultery, and his longest, most satirical novel Laura Warholic was published in 2007. Several of his non-fiction books on color, The Primary Colors (1994) and The Secondary Colors (1996) were briefly on the best-seller list in Los Angeles. As a writer, he is known for his encyclopedic, highly allusive style, and learned wit. Critic Colin Marshall wrote, "Defending of his prose, Theroux once likened it to 'a Victorian attic.' He delivers more inner life than outer, more desire for vengeance than for anything else, and more sheer stuff per page—stuff you don't expect—than in any other novels.[4] Literary broadcaster Michael Silverblatt once questioned Theroux’s 'perverse appreciation' at how inaccessible his books are thought to be. Perhaps he sees his finely-wrought works of language and their lack of purchase on the culture as an apocalyptic indictment of that culture, of the intellectually (and especially verbally) careless society that could corrupt them. Were I him, I feel as if I’d want revenge: against lazy readers, against unengaged critics, against risk-averse publishers. But maybe, given what they’re all missing out on, he’s already taking it." Alex Kurtagic reminisced, "At my wedding, my cousin Pierre remarked upon the fact that when in my teens I used to enjoy reading dictionaries and collecting rare, antique, and obscure words (a criterion that defines my collecting in other areas as well). Several such dictionaries consisted purely of such words, and one of them helpfully illustrated their usage with quotes by modern authors. One of the authors most frequently mentioned was Alexander Theroux, who wrote Darconville's Cat (1981) and whose last novel, Laura Warholic, was published in 2007, following twenty years of silence. I presented my wife with a copy of the latter two days before our wedding, and, having only recently begun reading it, she has been sharing with me selected passages, where the author's contemptuous wit has iridesced with particular brilliance."[5] Theroux’s work has appeared Esquire, The London Magazine, Antaeus, The New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, Art & Antiques, Mississippi Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Reader, His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Conjunctions, Graham House Review, The San Diego Reader, Exquisite Corpse, Denver Quarterly, The Literary Quarterly, Urbanus Magazine, Boulevard, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Rain Taxi, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Image, Helicoptero, Seneca Review, The Recorder, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3rd Bed, Fence, Anomaly, Subdrive, Sahara Sahara, Nantucket Magazine, Gobshite Quarterly, Gargoyle Magazine, Italian-American, Bomb, Provincetown Arts, Green Mountain Review, and The Hopkins Review. . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 163 Gewebe, Essay, Essayistik, Kunsthistoriker, Kunstphilosophie, Künstlerbiographien, Kunstliteratur, Kunstpädagogik, Kunstwissenschaft, Kunstführer, Kunstgeschichte, Kunsttheorie, Bildband, Malerei, Kunstwerke, Kunstpsychologie, Kunst, Plastik, Mythen, Kulturanthropologie, Mythos, Kulturepochen, Kulturtechniken, Anthropologie, Ethnologie, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Bildung, Völkerkunde, Volkskunde, Symbol, Kulturwissenschaften, Evolution Kulturwandel, Kultus, Kulturgeschichte, Geschichte, Americana, Amerika, Zeitgeschichte, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Politik, Soziologie, Amerikanistik, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Literaturgeschichte einer montierten Deckelillustration.

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Anleitungen eine Farbe zu lesen: Gelb. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Bischoff. - Erstausgabe

1998, ISBN: 3434504400

Taschenbuch, ID: 18486828783

[EAN: 9783434504405], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [SC: 2.0], [PU: Hamburg, Europäische Verlagsanstalt EVA,], GEWEBE, ESSAY, ESSAYISTIK, KUNSTHISTORIKER, KUNSTPHILOSOPHIE, KÜNSTLERBIOGRAPHIEN, KUNSTLITERATUR, KUNSTPÄDAGOGIK, KUNSTWISSENSCHAFT, KUNSTFÜHRER, KUNSTGESCHICHTE, KUNSTTHEORIE, BILDBAND, MALEREI, KUNSTWERKE, KUNSTPSYCHOLOGIE, KUNST, PLASTIK, MYTHEN, KULTURANTHROPOLOGIE, MYTHOS, KULTUREPOCHEN, KULTURTECHNIKEN, ANTHROPOLOGIE, ETHNOLOGIE, KULTUR, WISSENSCHAFT, BILDUNG, VÖLKERKUNDE, VOLKSKUNDE, SYMBOL, KULTURWISSENSCHAFTEN, EVOLUTION KULTURWANDEL, KULTUS, KULTURGESCHICHTE, GESCHICHTE, AMERICANA, AMERIKA, ZEITGESCHICHTE, AMERIKANISCHE GESELLSCHAFT, LITERATUR DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS, POLITIK, SOZIOLOGIE, AMERIKANISTIK, USA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN, LITERATURGESCHICHTE, 97 (3) Seiten. 20 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. Alexander Theroux lebt in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Er studierte an der University of Virgina und promovierte dort 1968. Ehrtätigkeit u.a. an Harvard und Yale. "Orange" ist der Titels eines der drei Essays, die den Band "The Secondary Colors" bilden. Die beiden anderen sind "Green" und "Purple". Ergänzt wird die Essayreihe durch den ersten Band, "The Primary Colors", der die Farben "Red", "Blue", "Yellow" umfasst. - Alexander Louis Theroux[1] (born 1939) is an American novelist and poet whose best known novel is perhaps Darconville’s Cat (1981) which was selected by Anthony Burgess’s Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939 – A Personal Choice in 1984 and in Larry McCaffery’s 20th Century’s Greatest Hits [2] He was awarded the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction in 1991 and the Clifton Fadiman Medal for Fiction in 2002 by the Mercantile Library in New York City.[3] He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux. . Literary work: His first novel, Three Wogs, was written during a stay in London and was briefly considered for performance by BBC television by the actor, Roy Dotrice. His second novel, Darconville’s Cat was nominated for the National Book Award. He published the fable, Master Snickup’s Cloak, which was illustrated by Brian Froud in 1979. That was followed by several other fables, The Schinocephalic Waif and The Wragby Cars with illustrations by Stan Washburn in 1974. In 1987 he published An Adultery, and his longest, most satirical novel Laura Warholic was published in 2007. Several of his non-fiction books on color, The Primary Colors (1994) and The Secondary Colors (1996) were briefly on the best-seller list in Los Angeles. As a writer, he is known for his encyclopedic, highly allusive style, and learned wit. Critic Colin Marshall wrote, "Defending of his prose, Theroux once likened it to 'a Victorian attic.' He delivers more inner life than outer, more desire for vengeance than for anything else, and more sheer stuff per page—stuff you don't expect—than in any other novels.[4] Literary broadcaster Michael Silverblatt once questioned Theroux’s 'perverse appreciation' at how inaccessible his books are thought to be. Perhaps he sees his finely-wrought works of language and their lack of purchase on the culture as an apocalyptic indictment of that culture, of the intellectually (and especially verbally) careless society that could corrupt them. Were I him, I feel as if I’d want revenge: against lazy readers, against unengaged critics, against risk-averse publishers. But maybe, given what they’re all missing out on, he’s already taking it." Alex Kurtagic reminisced, "At my wedding, my cousin Pierre remarked upon the fact that when in my teens I used to enjoy reading dictionaries and collecting rare, antique, and obscure words (a criterion that defines my collecting in other areas as well). Several such dictionaries consisted purely of such words, and one of them helpfully illustrated their usage with quotes by modern authors. One of the authors most frequently mentioned was Alexander Theroux, who wrote Darconville's Cat (1981) and whose last novel, Laura Warholic, was published in 2007, following twenty years of silence. I presented my wife with a copy of the latter two days before our wedding, and, having only recently begun reading it, she has been sharing with me selected passages, where the author's contemptuous wit has iridesced with particular brilliance."[5] Theroux’s work has appeared Esquire, The London Magazine, Antaeus, The New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, Art & Antiques, Mississippi Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Reader, His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Conjunctions, Graham House Review, The San Diego Reader, Exquisite Corpse, Denver Quarterly, The Literary Quarterly, Urbanus Magazine, Boulevard, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Rain Taxi, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Image, Helicoptero, Seneca Review, The Recorder, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3rd Bed, Fence, Anomaly, Subdrive, Sahara Sahara, Nantucket Magazine, Gobshite Quarterly, Gargoyle Magazine, Italian-American, Bomb, Provincetown Arts, Green Mountain Review, and The Hopkins Review. . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 163 Gewebe, Essay, Essayistik, Kunsthistoriker, Kunstphilosophie, Künstlerbiographien, Kunstliteratur, Kunstpädagogik, Kunstwissenschaft, Kunstführer, Kunstgeschichte, Kunsttheorie, Bildband, Malerei, Kunstwerke, Kunstpsychologie, Kunst, Plastik, Mythen, Kulturanthropologie, Mythos, Kulturepochen, Kulturtechniken, Anthropologie, Ethnologie, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Bildung, Völkerkunde, Volkskunde, Symbol, Kulturwissenschaften, Evolution Kulturwandel, Kultus, Kulturgeschichte, Geschichte, Americana, Amerika, Zeitgeschichte, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Politik, Soziologie, Amerikanistik, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Literaturgeschichte einer montierten Deckelillustration.

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Anleitungen eine Farbe zu lesen: Gelb. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Bischoff. - Erstausgabe

1998, ISBN: 3434504400

Taschenbuch, ID: 18486828783

[EAN: 9783434504405], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Hamburg, Europäische Verlagsanstalt EVA,], GEWEBE, ESSAY, ESSAYISTIK, KUNSTHISTORIKER, KUNSTPHILOSOPHIE, KÜNSTLERBIOGRAPHIEN, KUNSTLITERATUR, KUNSTPÄDAGOGIK, KUNSTWISSENSCHAFT, KUNSTFÜHRER, KUNSTGESCHICHTE, KUNSTTHEORIE, BILDBAND, MALEREI, KUNSTWERKE, KUNSTPSYCHOLOGIE, KUNST, PLASTIK, MYTHEN, KULTURANTHROPOLOGIE, MYTHOS, KULTUREPOCHEN, KULTURTECHNIKEN, ANTHROPOLOGIE, ETHNOLOGIE, KULTUR, WISSENSCHAFT, BILDUNG, VÖLKERKUNDE, VOLKSKUNDE, SYMBOL, KULTURWISSENSCHAFTEN, EVOLUTION KULTURWANDEL, KULTUS, KULTURGESCHICHTE, GESCHICHTE, AMERICANA, AMERIKA, ZEITGESCHICHTE, AMERIKANISCHE GESELLSCHAFT, LITERATUR DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS, POLITIK, SOZIOLOGIE, AMERIKANISTIK, USA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN, LITERATURGESCHICHTE, 97 (3) Seiten. 20 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. Alexander Theroux lebt in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Er studierte an der University of Virgina und promovierte dort 1968. Ehrtätigkeit u.a. an Harvard und Yale. "Orange" ist der Titels eines der drei Essays, die den Band "The Secondary Colors" bilden. Die beiden anderen sind "Green" und "Purple". Ergänzt wird die Essayreihe durch den ersten Band, "The Primary Colors", der die Farben "Red", "Blue", "Yellow" umfasst. - Alexander Louis Theroux[1] (born 1939) is an American novelist and poet whose best known novel is perhaps Darconville’s Cat (1981) which was selected by Anthony Burgess’s Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939 – A Personal Choice in 1984 and in Larry McCaffery’s 20th Century’s Greatest Hits [2] He was awarded the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction in 1991 and the Clifton Fadiman Medal for Fiction in 2002 by the Mercantile Library in New York City.[3] He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux. . Literary work: His first novel, Three Wogs, was written during a stay in London and was briefly considered for performance by BBC television by the actor, Roy Dotrice. His second novel, Darconville’s Cat was nominated for the National Book Award. He published the fable, Master Snickup’s Cloak, which was illustrated by Brian Froud in 1979. That was followed by several other fables, The Schinocephalic Waif and The Wragby Cars with illustrations by Stan Washburn in 1974. In 1987 he published An Adultery, and his longest, most satirical novel Laura Warholic was published in 2007. Several of his non-fiction books on color, The Primary Colors (1994) and The Secondary Colors (1996) were briefly on the best-seller list in Los Angeles. As a writer, he is known for his encyclopedic, highly allusive style, and learned wit. Critic Colin Marshall wrote, "Defending of his prose, Theroux once likened it to 'a Victorian attic.' He delivers more inner life than outer, more desire for vengeance than for anything else, and more sheer stuff per page—stuff you don't expect—than in any other novels.[4] Literary broadcaster Michael Silverblatt once questioned Theroux’s 'perverse appreciation' at how inaccessible his books are thought to be. Perhaps he sees his finely-wrought works of language and their lack of purchase on the culture as an apocalyptic indictment of that culture, of the intellectually (and especially verbally) careless society that could corrupt them. Were I him, I feel as if I’d want revenge: against lazy readers, against unengaged critics, against risk-averse publishers. But maybe, given what they’re all missing out on, he’s already taking it." Alex Kurtagic reminisced, "At my wedding, my cousin Pierre remarked upon the fact that when in my teens I used to enjoy reading dictionaries and collecting rare, antique, and obscure words (a criterion that defines my collecting in other areas as well). Several such dictionaries consisted purely of such words, and one of them helpfully illustrated their usage with quotes by modern authors. One of the authors most frequently mentioned was Alexander Theroux, who wrote Darconville's Cat (1981) and whose last novel, Laura Warholic, was published in 2007, following twenty years of silence. I presented my wife with a copy of the latter two days before our wedding, and, having only recently begun reading it, she has been sharing with me selected passages, where the author's contemptuous wit has iridesced with particular brilliance."[5] Theroux’s work has appeared Esquire, The London Magazine, Antaeus, The New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, Art & Antiques, Mississippi Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Reader, His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Conjunctions, Graham House Review, The San Diego Reader, Exquisite Corpse, Denver Quarterly, The Literary Quarterly, Urbanus Magazine, Boulevard, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Rain Taxi, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Image, Helicoptero, Seneca Review, The Recorder, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3rd Bed, Fence, Anomaly, Subdrive, Sahara Sahara, Nantucket Magazine, Gobshite Quarterly, Gargoyle Magazine, Italian-American, Bomb, Provincetown Arts, Green Mountain Review, and The Hopkins Review. . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 163 Gewebe, Essay, Essayistik, Kunsthistoriker, Kunstphilosophie, Künstlerbiographien, Kunstliteratur, Kunstpädagogik, Kunstwissenschaft, Kunstführer, Kunstgeschichte, Kunsttheorie, Bildband, Malerei, Kunstwerke, Kunstpsychologie, Kunst, Plastik, Mythen, Kulturanthropologie, Mythos, Kulturepochen, Kulturtechniken, Anthropologie, Ethnologie, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Bildung, Völkerkunde, Volkskunde, Symbol, Kulturwissenschaften, Evolution Kulturwandel, Kultus, Kulturgeschichte, Geschichte, Americana, Amerika, Zeitgeschichte, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Politik, Soziologie, Amerikanistik, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Literaturgeschichte einer montierten Deckelillustration.

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1998, ISBN: 3434504400

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Deutsche Erstausgabe 97 (3) Seiten. 20 cm. einer montierten Deckelillustration. Sehr guter Zustand. Alexander Theroux lebt in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Er studierte an der University of Virgina und promovierte dort 1968. Ehrtätigkeit u.a. an Harvard und Yale. "Orange" ist der Titels eines der drei Essays, die den Band "The Secondary Colors" bilden. Die beiden anderen sind "Green" und "Purple". Ergänzt wird die Essayreihe durch den ersten Band, "The Primary Colors", der die Farben "Red", "Blue", "Yellow" umfasst. - Alexander Louis Theroux[1] (born 1939) is an American novelist and poet whose best known novel is perhaps Darconville’s Cat (1981) which was selected by Anthony Burgess’s Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939 – A Personal Choice in 1984 and in Larry McCaffery’s 20th Century’s Greatest Hits [2] He was awarded the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction in 1991 and the Clifton Fadiman Medal for Fiction in 2002 by the Mercantile Library in New York City.[3] He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux. ... Literary work: His first novel, Three Wogs, was written during a stay in London and was briefly considered for performance by BBC television by the actor, Roy Dotrice. His second novel, Darconville’s Cat was nominated for the National Book Award. He published the fable, Master Snickup’s Cloak, which was illustrated by Brian Froud in 1979. That was followed by several other fables, The Schinocephalic Waif and The Wragby Cars with illustrations by Stan Washburn in 1974. In 1987 he published An Adultery, and his longest, most satirical novel Laura Warholic was published in 2007. Several of his non-fiction books on color, The Primary Colors (1994) and The Secondary Colors (1996) were briefly on the best-seller list in Los Angeles. As a writer, he is known for his encyclopedic, highly allusive style, and learned wit. Critic Colin Marshall wrote, “Defending of his prose, Theroux once likened it to 'a Victorian attic.' He delivers more inner life than outer, more desire for vengeance than for anything else, and more sheer stuff per page—stuff you don't expect—than in any other novels.[4] Literary broadcaster Michael Silverblatt once questioned Theroux’s 'perverse appreciation' at how inaccessible his books are thought to be. Perhaps he sees his finely-wrought works of language and their lack of purchase on the culture as an apocalyptic indictment of that culture, of the intellectually (and especially verbally) careless society that could corrupt them. Were I him, I feel as if I’d want revenge: against lazy readers, against unengaged critics, against risk-averse publishers. But maybe, given what they’re all missing out on, he’s already taking it.” Alex Kurtagic reminisced, “At my wedding, my cousin Pierre remarked upon the fact that when in my teens I used to enjoy reading dictionaries and collecting rare, antique, and obscure words (a criterion that defines my collecting in other areas as well). Several such dictionaries consisted purely of such words, and one of them helpfully illustrated their usage with quotes by modern authors. One of the authors most frequently mentioned was Alexander Theroux, who wrote Darconville's Cat (1981) and whose last novel, Laura Warholic, was published in 2007, following twenty years of silence. I presented my wife with a copy of the latter two days before our wedding, and, having only recently begun reading it, she has been sharing with me selected passages, where the author's contemptuous wit has iridesced with particular brilliance.”[5] Theroux’s work has appeared Esquire, The London Magazine, Antaeus, The New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, Art & Antiques, Mississippi Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Reader, His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Conjunctions, Graham House Review, The San Diego Reader, Exquisite Corpse, Denver Quarterly, The Literary Quarterly, Urbanus Magazine, Boulevard, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Rain Taxi, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Image, Helicoptero, Seneca Review, The Recorder, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3rd Bed, Fence, Anomaly, Subdrive, Sahara Sahara, Nantucket Magazine, Gobshite Quarterly, Gargoyle Magazine, Italian-American, Bomb, Provincetown Arts, Green Mountain Review, and The Hopkins Review. ... 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Anleitungen eine Farbe zu lesen: Gelb. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Bischoff. - Erstausgabe

1998, ISBN: 9783434504405

[PU: Hamburg, Europäische Verlagsanstalt EVA], 97 (3) Seiten. 20 cm. einer montierten Deckelillustration. Sehr guter Zustand. Alexander Theroux lebt in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Er studierte an der University of Virgina und promovierte dort 1968. Ehrtätigkeit u.a. an Harvard und Yale. "Orange" ist der Titels eines der drei Essays, die den Band "The Secondary Colors" bilden. Die beiden anderen sind "Green" und "Purple". Ergänzt wird die Essayreihe durch den ersten Band, "The Primary Colors", der die Farben "Red", "Blue", "Yellow" umfasst. - Alexander Louis Theroux[1] (born 1939) is an American novelist and poet whose best known novel is perhaps Darconvilles Cat (1981) which was selected by Anthony Burgesss Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939 A Personal Choice in 1984 and in Larry McCafferys 20th Centurys Greatest Hits [2] He was awarded the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction in 1991 and the Clifton Fadiman Medal for Fiction in 2002 by the Mercantile Library in New York City.[3] He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux. ... Literary work: His first novel, Three Wogs, was written during a stay in London and was briefly considered for performance by BBC television by the actor, Roy Dotrice. His second novel, Darconvilles Cat was nominated for the National Book Award. He published the fable, Master Snickups Cloak, which was illustrated by Brian Froud in 1979. That was followed by several other fables, The Schinocephalic Waif and The Wragby Cars with illustrations by Stan Washburn in 1974. In 1987 he published An Adultery, and his longest, most satirical novel Laura Warholic was published in 2007. Several of his non-fiction books on color, The Primary Colors (1994) and The Secondary Colors (1996) were briefly on the best-seller list in Los Angeles. As a writer, he is known for his encyclopedic, highly allusive style, and learned wit. Critic Colin Marshall wrote, Defending of his prose, Theroux once likened it to 'a Victorian attic.' He delivers more inner life than outer, more desire for vengeance than for anything else, and more sheer stuff per pagestuff you don't expectthan in any other novels.[4] Literary broadcaster Michael Silverblatt once questioned Therouxs 'perverse appreciation' at how inaccessible his books are thought to be. Perhaps he sees his finely-wrought works of language and their lack of purchase on the culture as an apocalyptic indictment of that culture, of the intellectually (and especially verbally) careless society that could corrupt them. Were I him, I feel as if Id want revenge: against lazy readers, against unengaged critics, against risk-averse publishers. But maybe, given what theyre all missing out on, hes already taking it. Alex Kurtagic reminisced, At my wedding, my cousin Pierre remarked upon the fact that when in my teens I used to enjoy reading dictionaries and collecting rare, antique, and obscure words (a criterion that defines my collecting in other areas as well). Several such dictionaries consisted purely of such words, and one of them helpfully illustrated their usage with quotes by modern authors. One of the authors most frequently mentioned was Alexander Theroux, who wrote Darconville's Cat (1981) and whose last novel, Laura Warholic, was published in 2007, following twenty years of silence. I presented my wife with a copy of the latter two days before our wedding, and, having only recently begun reading it, she has been sharing with me selected passages, where the author's contemptuous wit has iridesced with particular brilliance.[5] Therouxs work has appeared Esquire, The London Magazine, Antaeus, The New York Times, Harpers Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, Art & Antiques, Mississippi Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Reader, His poems have appeared in The Yale Review, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Conjunctions, Graham House Review, The San Diego Reader, Exquisite Corpse, Denver Quarterly, The Literary Quarterly, Urbanus Magazine, Boulevard, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Rain Taxi, Review of Contemporary Fiction, Image, Helicoptero, Seneca Review, The Recorder, The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3rd Bed, Fence, Anomaly, Subdrive, Sahara Sahara, Nantucket Magazine, Gobshite Quarterly, Gargoyle Magazine, Italian-American, Bomb, Provincetown Arts, Green Mountain Review, and The Hopkins Review. ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, DE, [SC: 2.00], gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 163g], Deutsche Erstausgabe, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten), Internationaler Versand

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783434504405
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3434504400
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: Europäische Verlagsanstalt (eva)

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