3 edition of Ackerley found in the catalog.
Biography of the literary editor of the Listener, author of My father and myself, and homosexual
|LC Classifications||PR6001.C4 Z86 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 465 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||465|
“It is a book about motherhood, grief, infertility, alternative ways to create a family – and my odd love affair with Britain’s crumbling seaside towns. The PEN Ackerley is the UK’s. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parker, Peter, Ackerley. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, (OCoLC)
Ackerley: a life of J. R. Ackerley User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. As literary editor of the BBC's The Listener from to , Ackerley was near the center of English literary life for decades. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parker, Peter, Ackerley. London: Constable, (OCoLC)
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The book is not just a biography of the author's father, but a forensic account of Ackerley's research and progressive discovery of the facts about his father's double life.
In parallel, though Ackerley claims the book is not an Ackerley book, this is the story of homosexuality in the age of repression and by: Ackerley stints no detail when it comes to the varieties of Tulip's urinary and anal Ackerley book. But he is concerned above all with the canine heart, and the perils of conception and whelping are at his book's center.
Tulip's vita amorosa truly is a via dolorosa as she scorns and scants her aristocratic paramours. Finally, "this exquisite Cited by: 7. ‘Nobody who reads it will for get it. It carries, like all else J.R.
Ackerley does, the stamp of his unique vision and particular genius.’ Elizabeth Bowen ‘A flawless minor masterpiece It is the only “dog book” I know to record human-canine love in terms of absolute equality between the.
Ackerley set out to write a book that somehow explained Ackerley book distant relationship from his father, and along the way, wrote much about his (Ackerley's) own lonely brand of homosexuality. As with all Ackerley, the style is impeccable, really cannot do better; and the way /5.
Though British author-editor Ackerley () didn't cut a particularly wide swath in his lifetime, this engaging biography and the recent reissuance in this country of My Dog Tulip, My Father an. Joe Randolph "J.
R." Ackerley was a British writer and editor. Starting with the BBC the year after its founding inhe was promoted to literary editor of The Listener, its weekly magazine, where he served for more than two decades.
He published many emerging poets and writers who became influential in Great Britain/5. Ackerley completed the book shortly before his death in ; it was published posthumously as My Father and Myself () and set new standards for sexual frankness in autobiography.
Ackerley was a true libertarian, who believed that life for dogs and humans alike should be lived off the leash, and in retirement he continued to argue in favour. But Ackerley's pursuit of his father is also an exploration of the self, making My Father and Myself a pioneering record, at once sexually explicit and emotionally charged, of life as a gay man.
This witty, sorrowful, and beautiful book is a classic of twentieth-century memoir/5(3). Praise “My Dog Tulip is the sublime and amusing tale of a cranky English intellectual who finds his ‘ideal friend’ in the form of an Alsatian bitch.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer “I remain an amused admirer of My Dog Tulip, partly because J.
Ackerley tried to deliver the thoroughly physical world that dogs ’s anthropomorphism in reverse, albeit with a human (and very. Shape The The Book. Go beyond the boundaries of traditional novels and become a character in an immersive, never-ending narrative adventure. Begin By signing up you'll receive a link to Ackerly Green's Guide to Magiq assessment, a free copy of The Monarch Papers V.
J.R. Ackerley's German shepherd Tulip was skittish, possessive, and wild, but he loved her deeply. This clear-eyed and wondering, humorous and moving book, described by Christopher Isherwood as one of the "greatest masterpieces of animal literature," is her biography, a work of faultless and respectful observation that transcends the seeming modesty of its subject.4/5(11).
J. Ackerley () was for many years the literary editor of the BBC magazine The works include three memoirs, Hindoo Holiday, My Dog Tulip, and My Father and Myself, and a novel, We Think the World of You (all available as New York Review Books).
Eliot Weinberger’s most recent book is the essay collection Oranges & Peanuts for : New York Review Books. Ackerley () was known, in his time, mainly as the literary editor of The Listener, the ambitious weekly review of culture published by the people regarded him as the best Author: Joan Acocella.
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In vivid and sometimes startling detail, Ackerley tells of Tulip’s often erratic behavior and very canine tastes and of his own fumbling but determined.
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Ackerley, lends insight into the minds of two men, both curious and proud, both leading secret lives. The book, in reality, is two parallel stories that merge into one. Both stories attribute the same themes: upholding honor to one's family and self-worth; love; past lives; abandonment; and learning to accept truth Cited by: Buy a cheap copy of My Dog Tulip book by J.R.
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Ackerley's overlooked masterpiece – and .This prize was first awarded in Following the death of Joe Randolph Ackerley ( – ), author and long-time literary editor of The Listener magazine, his sister Nancy endowed a literary prize in his memory.
Ackerley’s posthumous royalties continue to provide capital for this award. A longlist of eligible books is nominated by the judges, who are the Trustees of the fund set up.J.R.
Ackerley led an outwardly quiet life between his flat in suburban Putney and his London office at The Listener, the BBC’s weekly magazine, where he worked from to Though he was the leading literary editor of his generation, he was in no hurry to publish his own work – hence, his controversial memoir appeared posthumously.