Ground : A Literary Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring, 1957

By: GRAY, Simon LOCHHEAD, Douglas GWYN, Richard O'NEAL, Barbara

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(GRAY, Simon). Ground : A Literary Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring, 1957. Halifax, N.S.: Ground Magazine, 1957. Pp (4),1-43,(5). 4to, illustrated yellow stapled card covers. Poetry : Ego (by Helen Horne); Rosewood Morning (byDeirdre Fitzgerald); The Mountain of Laughter [and] Mirage (by Peter Hoare ); Gannets at Bonventure [and] Ironbound (by Douglas Lochhead); Nursery Sons (by Michael Sinelnikoff). Articles : Nationalism and the Middle East (by Louis Greenspan); The UN – Sunk or Awash (by Richard Gwyn); Films – New Trends from Hollywood (by David J.R. Rowe); Thomas Mayer (by Keilor Bentley); Art in the Maritimes (by Barbara O'Neal); Fates and Faces (by Mister Peno).Short Stories : The Execution (by Simon Gray, pp 14-18); Jeremiah (by Pete r Hoare); Mr. Zorin (by Melvin Jacobson). Contains an early short story by Simon Gray. Simon James Holliday Gray, CBE (21 October 1936 – 6 August 2008), was a British playwright and memoirist who also had a career as a university lecturer in English literature at Queen Mary, University of London, for 20 years. While teaching at Queen Mary, Gray began his writing career as a novelist in 1963 and, during the next 45 years, in addition to 5 published novels, wrote 40 original stage plays, screenplays, and screen adaptations of his own and others' works for stage, film, and television and became well known for the self-deprecating wit characteristic of several volumes ofmemoirs or diaries. In 1967, he received a B.A. from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Very good. 50.00

Title: Ground : A Literary Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring, 1957

Author Name: GRAY, Simon LOCHHEAD, Douglas GWYN, Richard O'NEAL, Barbara

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Ground Magazine, Halifax, N.S, 1957,:

Seller ID: 86543

Keywords: LITERATURE SHORT STORIES LITERARY PERIODICAL CANADIAN MAGAZINE WARTIME HISTORY POLITICAL LITERATURE CANADA NOVA SCOTIA,