3 edition of Joyce Cary. found in the catalog.
Walter Ernest Allen
by Longmans, Green for the British Council and The National Book League in London
Written in English
Previous ed. 1953.
|Series||Writers and their work -- No.41|
|Contributions||British Council., National Book League.|
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“The Horse’s Mouth has the kick of ten stallions. Mr Joyce Cary writes at top pace, at the top of his voice, and the top of his form.” The Observer “Mr Joyce Cary is a most exciting novelist. There is a thrill in his books which comes from his own extraordinary vision of men and women, he writes so well, with such a fine understanding Cited by: Joyce Cary, Brad Leithauser (Introduction) avg rating — ratings — published — 12 editions/5.
“Mr Joyce Cary is a most exciting novelist. There is a thrill in his books which comes from his own extraordinary vision of men and women, he writes so well, with such a fine understanding that at the end the reader feels there is nothing left to be said about the person, nothing left that one wants to know the book is real and true.
The Horse's Mouth, the third and most celebrated volume of Joyce Cary's First Trilogy, is perhaps the finest novel ever written about an artist. Its painter hero, the charming and larcenous Gulley Jimson, has an insatiable genius for creation and a no less remarkable appetite for destruction.4/5.
Joyce Cary, in full Arthur Joyce Lunel Cary, (born Dec. 7,Londonderry, Ire.—died MaOxford, Eng.), English novelist who developed a trilogy form in which each volume is narrated by one of three protagonists. Cary was born into an old Anglo-Irish family, and at age 16 he studied painting in Edinburgh and then in Paris.
From to. —The Horse’s Mouth by Joyce Cary I’ve never read a book so true to the character of a true artist. So scathing of other’s art while damning the whole enterprise and his paltry participation in it.
I thoroughly loved this book and its frank appraisal of all things faked, true or, more likely, some combination of the two/5(18). Discover Joyce Cary famous and rare quotes.
Share Joyce Cary quotations about imagination, love and teaching. "To forgive is wisdom, to forget is genius." Login I write the big scenes first, that is, the scenes that carry the meaning of the book, the emotional experience. Joyce Cary. Book, Writing, Emotional. Joyce Cary, Alan Bishop ().