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|As early as 1966, a number of eminent American writers, including Edmund |
VVilson, Leon Edel, and Alfred Kazin, had been considered by the custodians of
the \Vharton lode for the authorized biography; the Yale professor R. \V. B. Lewis
|Examining biographies of William Carlos Williams, Langston Hughes, Wallace |
Stevens, and Emily Dickinson, Wilson ... Winder discusses the enormous
popularity of biography in England, its purveying of the "higher gossip," and its
claim to be ...
|Gossip: D. H. Lawrence's. Writing. Life. MARK KINKEADWEEKES believe |
someone once called biographers the dirty laundrymen of literature. The late ...
set of subjects, if only to clear away the crudities and falsehoods of bad
biography, and try for something more accurate. ... one might call the start of the
|Gossip: D. H. Lawrence's. Writing. Life. MARK KINKEAD-WEEKES of literature. |
The late William Golding wrote a novel which ... an embarrassing set of subjects,
if only to clear away the crudities and falsehoods of bad biography, and try for
something more accurate. ... flood of memoirs by Lawrence's contemporaries,
together with scholarly annotation, is what one might call the start of the higher
|Gossip: D. H. Lawrence's. Writing. Life. MARK KINKEAD-WEEKES I believe |
someone once called biographers the dirty-laundrymen of literature. ... set of
subjects, if only to clear away the crudities and falsehoods of bad biography, and
try for something more accurate. ... is what one might call the start of the higher
|It rather looks like a smokescreen, and it will be noted that it does not in principle |
sever the biographical link; instead it is an ... Rose's loosening of the link of
Heine's early poetry to the higher gossip of biographical speculation might have ...
|Why did he advocate ~"impersonality" and recoil at the idea ofa biography? He |
may have wished to protect his poems from the higher gossip of biography. which
tends to read each work as an act ofselildisclosure. He was right to fear the worst
|In a 1988 speech assessing writer Raymond Carver reprinted in Higher Gossip, |
Updike strikes a note that speaks to Carver's brilliance and points to what all
artists should strive to achieve. In summary, Updike explains that Carver's writing
|changes are the life of the poet, more than the factual biography. But the “higher |
gossip” of biography generally distracts readers from engaging the more
fascinating story of poetic growth. A poet grows, poetry grows. The growth of
poetry is the ...
|Academic criticism as such may be said to have been born out of a reaction |
against the idea that the author stands at ... at most, to a form of the higher gossip,
to 'chatter about Shelley', that such a discipline would be irredeemably tainted by
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