3 edition of Wolf Solent found in the catalog.
Theodore Francis Powys
|Statement||by John Cowper Powys.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 613 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||613|
The eponymous character of the novel, thirty-five year-old Wolf Solent, has been fired from his job as a history teacher at a grammar school in London. He finds new employment in Ramsgard as a literary assistant to a peculiar old squire who is writing a scandalous history of Dorset as well as a part time position in another grammar school. His six major novels - Wolf Solent (), A Glastonbury Romance (), Weymouth Sands (), Maiden Castle (), Owen Glendower () and Porius () - are formidably long, and not always Author: Margaret Drabble.
Genre/Form: Fiction Historical fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Powys, John Cowper, Wolf Solent. New York: Harper & Row, , © Before Wolf Solent there had been four earlier apprentice novels; Wood and Stone (), Rodmoor (), the posthumous After my Fashion (), which was written around , and Ducdame (). Wolf Solent was the first of the so-called Wessex novels, which include A Glastonbury Romance (), Weymouth Sands () and Maiden Castle ().Genre: Novel, poetry, philosophy.
This book operates on two distinct levels. The first level is a Lawrentian story of adultery and cuckoldry in a small English country town. Wolf Solent arrives in the town where he was born, after an absence of many years, to take up the post of secretary to the local squire.4/5(5). A Glastonbury Romance is an immense book. There are 47 principle characters in all and if that's not a lot, there's always all the extras whose names make it in but who quickly pass out. A Glastonbury Romance encompasses the widest girth of human experience I could imagine, as I can't wonder what John Cowper Powys has left out/5.
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Wolf Solent is a protean, inexhaustible, exhilarating book. -- George Gurley, The Kansas City Star The novel is a momentous piece of work of transcendent interest and great beauty/5(15).
"Wolf Solent" is a book of endless walks through the pleasant and placid English countryside, with its high hedges and shallow ponds, and of cups of For such is the nature of this book: unshakably calm, massive, and, may I say, cosmic/5.
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Wolf Solent, published inwas the fourth novel and first notable success of John Cowper Powys (). The book has a modernist focus on consciousness and sensuality in a world stripped of certainties by Freud’s insights and Nietzsche’s ‘death of God’/5(21).
Book Overview First published inJohn Cowper Powys's novel of Eros and ideas was compared with works by Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy, and D.H. Lawrence. Wolf Solent remains wholly unrivaled in its deft and risky balance of mysticism and social comedy, ecstatic contemplation of nature and unblinking observation of human folly and desire.5/5(5).
Wolf Solent User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Powys's novel caused quite a stir when it debuted ingarnering praise from many of the top writers of the day including Conrad Aiken and /5(2). Wolf Solent caused a sensation when it was published in When he was nearly 90 Powys, who died in at the age of 91, wrote an introduction to a new printing of Wolf Solent in which he said that it was ‘a book of Nostalgia, written in a foreign country with the.
Often described as one of the greatest English novels of the twentieth century, John Cowper Powys's epic Wolf Solent centres around the story of a young man returning to his roots in the West 5/5(1). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Wolf Solent by John Cowper Powys; 23 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History teachers, Fiction in English, Fiction, Fictionin English, History teachers in fiction; Places: Dorset (England).
'Wolf Solent' is a mixture of philosophy, narrative and poetry. What holds the novel together is the first-person narration of the protagonist Wolf. The novel is set in Dorset (Hardy country)and unfolds itself almost entirely within the mind of its narrator/5(14). Wolf Solent; a novel.
[John Cowper Powys] -- Wolf Solent moves to Dorsetshire and discovers "a world of pagan splendor and medieval insularity."publisher description. Your Web browser is. Wolf Solent is more than pages long.
Two later novels, and Porius, are well over a thousand (in hardcover they would make formidable weapons). Even the shorter novels invite the description Author: Lawrence Millman. Wolf Solent remains wholly unrivaled in its deft and risky balance of mysticism and social comedy, ecstatic contemplation of nature and unblinking observation of human folly and desire.
Forsaking London for Ramsgard, Wolf Solent discovers a world of pagan splendor and medieval insularity, riddled by ancient scandals and : Better World Books West via United States: Softcover, ISBN Publisher: Harpercollins, Good.
Wolf Solent by Powys, J. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. % Money Back Guarantee. Book/5(). This book operates on two distinct levels. The first level is a Lawrentian story of adultery and cuckoldry in a small English country town. Wolf Solent arrives in the town where he was born, after an absence of many years, to take up the post of secretary to the local squire%(4).Wolf Solent Wolf Solent, a history master hired by Squire Urquhart.
Wolf returns to Ramsgard and meets Gerda Torp. Yielding to his animal nature, he seduces her, but he later makes her his wife.Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Hardcover Book in Very Good Condition. No jacket or slipcase. Fourth Printing, June Complete in one volume. An English novel of Wolf Solent, a romantic hero who retreats from the city to find peace and serenity in the Dorset countryside, a psychodrama involving conflict between brothers, depraved Read more.