4 edition of Christina Stead found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-337) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR9619.3.S75 Z97 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||341 p. :|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||90178768|
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The Man Who Loved Children is Christina Stead's masterpiece about family life. Set in Washington during the s, Sam and Henny Pollit are a warring husband and wife. Their tempestuous marriage, aggravated by too little money, lies at the centre of Stead's satirical and brilliantly observed novel about the relations between husbands and wives, and parents and children.3/5(11). Acclaim for Christina Stead “Christina Stead has the fullness of tragedy, with its glorious peaks and dismal abysses. It is a model of clarity. Ms. Rowley’s shrewd selectivity and handling of anecdote makes the book compellingly readable. “Rowley’s interpretation of the novels and their creator is, for the most part, thoroughly persuasive.
Apr 23, · 1. The Australian-born novelist Christina Stead is an author whose reputation perpetually hovers somewhere between apotheosis and oblivion. As a novelist, she was one of those unfortunates whom critics admire in the abstract but often find distasteful or harsh in reality. How is the author, Christina Stead, not a household name along with other great authors?? The Man Who Loved Children is no carefree beach read, but neither is To Kill a Mockingbird or the Brothers Karamazov. Written with such intelligence that delves into the depths of human struggles yet displays a ruthless wit into the absurdity of human foibles%(37).
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Christina Stead (–) was an Australian writer regarded as one of the twentieth century’s master novelists. Stead spent most of her writing life in Europe and the United States, and her varied residences acted as the settings for a number of her novels/5.
Christina Stead was born in in Sydney's south. After graduating from high school inshe attended Sydney Teachers' College on a scholarship. She subsequently took a series of teaching and secretarial positions before traveling to London, aged twenty-six.
Sep 01, · Christina Stead was a hugely unapproachable person who detested self-revelation and, late in life, destroyed many of her private papers. Would-be biographers were held at arm's length, and any so foolhardy as to persevere found doors slammed and projects aborted/5. Mar 12, · cateringwhidbey.com: The Little Hotel eBook: Christina Stead: Kindle Store.
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She lived for many years in the United States, was married to a prominent Marxist writer, and Author: Jane Smiley. Christina Stead, Australian novelist known for her political insights and firmly controlled but highly individual style. Stead was educated at New South Wales Teachers College; she traveled widely and at various times lived in the United States, Paris, and London.
In the early s she worked as a. The book intrudes on our better-regulated world like a bad dream from the grandparental past. Its idea of a happy ending is like no other novel’s, and probably not at all like yours." In a interview, novelist Robert Stone said: “I always thought one of the great American books was The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead.
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Wellness Remodel will feature healthy recipes, workout tips, and ways Author: Elizabeth Gulino. The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead, the Australian author, was originally published in But it wasn’t until this novel was reissued twenty-five years later, inthat it received critical acclaim and a wide audience.
Mar 31, · Christina Ellen Stead (), author, was born on 17 July at Rockdale, Sydney, only child of New South Wales-born parents David George Stead, naturalist, and his wife Ellen, née Butters.
Her mother died in Decemberand Christina and. Sep 01, · Buy a cheap copy of The Man Who Loved Children book by Christina Stead. With an Introduction by Randall Jarrell. Sam and Henny Pollit have too many children, too little money, and too much loathing for each other.
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Christina Stead (–) was an Australian writer regarded as one of the twentieth century’s master novelists. Stead spent most of her writing life in Europe and the United States, and her varied residences acted as the settings for a number of her novels.
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Jun 06, · Christina Stead, in one book, gives us three, of which Louie is the most endearing and miraculous. She is a big, fat, clumsy girl who believes herself to be a genius; “I’m the ugly duckling. Kirkus Reviews Issue: More Fiction & Literature > MORE BY CHRISTINA STEAD.
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About The Man Who Loved Children. The Man Who Loved Children, an acclaimed twentieth-century classic, is an unforgettable portrait of a magnificently dysfunctional family.
The Pollits—Sam and Henny and their swarming household of children and animals—inhabit an America wracked by the Great Depression, but are even more deeply embedded in a world of their own making.Christina Stead (July 17, – March 31, ) was a novelist and short story writer who was born in Australia into a Marxist family.
Her mother died when she was only two years old.Christina Stead was born in in Sydney’s south. After graduating from high school inshe attended Sydney Teachers’ College on a scholarship. She subsequently took a series of teaching and secretarial positions before traveling to London, aged twenty-six.