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Not Entitled: A Memoir af Frank Kermode
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Not Entitled: A Memoir (udgave 1999)

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From a great critic of english literature, a different kind of text: a luminous account of his own life. Throughout this uniquely personal work, Frank Kermode touches on the deeper, lighter, ineffable issues of autobiography, and he does so with his characteristic grace, precision, and amused wisdom. Tracing his life from his childhood through his six years in the Royal Navy during World War II, from his student days in Liverpool to his battles at Cambridge over the literature curriculum andfaculty, he shows us the miraculous connections between life and literature, between the world and the word; more, he transforms and ennobles both.… (mere)
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Titel:Not Entitled: A Memoir
Forfattere:Frank Kermode
Info:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (1999), Paperback, 272 pages
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He was one of those men -- probably more common then than now --who seemed, in middle age, to have settled for a perfectly satisfying solitariness. He did whatever he thought right for him to do, and declined to do anything else, a sort of variant on Bartleby the Scrivener; I prefer not to. Or perhaps a more than usually contented Gissing character.
... John Wain, abnormally quick-witted and far from mealy-mouthed; he used his wits to needle Gordon... it was as if some turbulent and articulate Leveller had broken into the Banqueting House ... he raged like the hectic in the departmental blood, a fever and an enchantment ... The sceptical John Wain was something of a nuisance to Gordon, though a source of continuous amusement to me.
In the tiny English Department [of Reading University], maintained with a strange blend of caprice and contempt ... a slender, domineering, foppish young man, later a dreadfully disappointed, dissolute old man ... a life intensely devoted to scholarship and to such power, whether real or illusory, as scholarship may bring with it.
William Golding once asked me whether I was keeping up my Greek. When I admitted I wasn't, he asked, "But what will you do when you retire if you can't read Homer?"
Iain Fletcher was a librarian somewhere in South London ... The recherche learning for which he was to become rather famous was impressive, and it seemed absurd that he should spend his days, as he said he did, examining the hands of schoolchildren who proposed to borrow library books.
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From a great critic of english literature, a different kind of text: a luminous account of his own life. Throughout this uniquely personal work, Frank Kermode touches on the deeper, lighter, ineffable issues of autobiography, and he does so with his characteristic grace, precision, and amused wisdom. Tracing his life from his childhood through his six years in the Royal Navy during World War II, from his student days in Liverpool to his battles at Cambridge over the literature curriculum andfaculty, he shows us the miraculous connections between life and literature, between the world and the word; more, he transforms and ennobles both.

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