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But John Livingston Lowes's The Road to Xanadu: A Study in the Ways of the Imagination isn't really a need-to-read-every-word kind of book. Rather, it's a get-completely-lost-in-it book. It is this which makes The Road to Xanadu feel, improbably, like a fresh journey rather than another weary, ironic retreading of the route.” —The Times (London) “A knock-down, brass-bound, copper-bottomed triumph. It is a big, fat book and it is tremendous fun to readCited by: 9. About this Item: Houghton Mifflin Co + Collier. Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. THE ROAD TO XANADU: A STUDY IN THE WAYS OF THE IMAGINATION, JOHN LIVINGSTON LOWES, Houghton Mifflin, , later s printing, p, trade pb, bumped/scuffed covers, text clean/tanning, solid binding + THE GOLDEN BOUGH: A STUDY IN MAGIC AND RELIGION, . Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t2c87d60t Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi .
Road to Xanadu book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Road to Xanadu book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. I first read The Road to Xanadu more than forty years ago because an English teacher recommended it to us when we were studying Coleridge. I remember being totally bowled over by it /5. The Road to Xanadu: A Study in the Ways of the Imagination. In this Book. Additional Information. The Road to Xanadu: A Study in the Ways of the Imagination; John Livingstone Lowes ; Book; Published by: Princeton University Press; Series: Princeton Legacy Library; View. Though later critics have disputed both Lowes' findings and method, The Road to Xanadu according to Toby Litt, an English author, it is 'a book of a lifetime': "Its argument, that Coleridge had one of the most extraordinary minds the world has ever seen, is there on every page"; it "is one of the books which helped me understand what writing is.". Xanadu Book Exchange, Papamoa. K likes. OPEN Tuesday to Sunday 2C Ashley Place Papamoa 10am to pm Closed Monday Phone or Followers: K.
His chronicle of America's Depression-era Federal Theater Project, and Orson's impact upon it, invites us in to the exiting era of the 's. Orson's Road to Xanadu is sad, and it's glorious -- amazing. Read Simon Callow's biography of America's Great Voice -- Orson by: 9. The Road to Xanadu. ; Boston: Houghton, Print. A few years ago a colleague asked me what was the best work of literary criticism I had read. Without hesitation I replied The Road to Xanadu by John Livingston Lowes. Though I had read it . THE ROAD TO XANADU. PREFACE: THE story which this book essays to tell was not of the tellers choosing. I t simply came, with supreme indifference to other plans, and autocratically demanded right of way. A glittering eye and a skinny hand and a long gray beard could not have done more summary execution, nor, for that matter, could the Wedding-Guest himself who Reviews: 1. No other work of American scholarship has ever had quite the impact ofThe Road to it appeared in , the intellectual public was dazzled. The book combined the exciting readability of an English detective novel with the massive learning and recondite reference associated with Germany; and in an America that still feared itself provincial, no .