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Memoirs of an Oxford scholar.

John Cleland

Memoirs of an Oxford scholar.

by John Cleland

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Published by Sphere Books in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • University of Oxford -- Fiction.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ3.C5887 Me, PR3348.C65 Me
    The Physical Object
    Pagination157 p.
    Number of Pages157
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5272940M
    ISBN 100722124007
    LC Control Number75414853
    OCLC/WorldCa30795

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Memoirs of an Oxford Scholar. 25th January ; They had books and journals awaiting them, fresh routes and horizons to explore. Routes to explore. Bowra’s premises were reputed to be one of the routes in and out of the college for those who sought to bypass closure of the front gate at midnight.

I knew from gossip in the dining hall. Language: English. Brand new Book. Of all of John Cleland's novels, Memoirs of an Oxford Scholar is the one that has been suppressed for the longest time.

The notorious Fanny Hill has been called the most famous banned book of all time and yet it has been more or less freely available to the interested reader since its initial publication in Each year brings a glut of new memoirs, ranging from works by former teachers and celebrity has-beens to disillusioned soldiers and bestselling novelists.

In addition to becoming bestsellers in their own right, memoirs have become a popular object of inquiry in the academy and a mainstay in most MFA workshops. Courses in what is now called life-writing study memoir alongside personal essays.

Harold Acton () was a writer, scholar and aesthete who listed as his principal recreation 'hunting the philistines'. From the balcony of his Oxford rooms he famously declaimed passages from The Waste Land through a wrote in many different mediums, publishing nearly thirty books, with his poetry and fiction being markedly less successful than his other works.

London: Sphere Books, Edition/Format: Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: University of Oxford -- Fiction. University of Oxford. More like this: Similar Items. Of all of John Cleland's novels, Memoirs of an Oxford Scholar is the one that has been suppressed for the longest time.

The notorious Fanny Hill has been called the most famous banned book of all time and yet it has been more or less freely available to the interested reader since its initial publication in Memoirs of a Coxcomb, the sequel to Fanny Hill, has been similarly available. Buy Memoirs of an Oxford Scholar by John Cleland from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Genre/Form: College stories Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Memoirs of an Oxford scholar. New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Memoirs on the Academic Oxford University Press website.

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

While at Oxford, he co-founded the avant garde magazine The Oxford Broom, and published his first book of poems, Aquarium (). Acton was regarded as a leading figure of his day and would often receive more attention in memoirs of the period than men who were much more successful in later life; for example, the Welsh playwright Emlyn Williams.

John Cleland was the eldest son of the Scot William Cleland (/4 – ) and Lucy Cleland (née DuPass). He was born in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey but grew up in London, where his father was first an officer in the British Army and then a civil servant.

William Cleland was a friend to Alexander Pope, and Lucy Cleland was a friend or acquaintance of Pope, Viscount Bolingbroke. A Scholar's Memoirs Raise Some Ghosts at Oxford. By John Darnton. a scholar whose works on ancient Greece are read by students throughout the world. "What I said in the book.

Writing a memoir means you’re author and subject, researcher and storyteller, narrator and audience. That’s a lot to ask of any writer, though a good way to begin the challenge of writing a memoir is to start a list of the most memorable events of your life.

Don’t start on the actual book manuscript until [ ]. His emotional, often funny memoir takes us to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, through the rigors of Army Ranger school, then on to drunken debates and romance at Oxford, where he had a Rhodes Scholarship. The book [is] a departure from traditionally dry military memoirs –it reads like a work of literature.

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He was born in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey but grew up in London, where his father was first an officer in the British Army and then a civil servant; he was also a friend to Alexander Pope, and Lucy Cleland was a friend or /5().