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Farewell Miss Julie Logan : a Barrie omnibus

By: Barrie, Sir J. M. Nash, Andrew(Introduction by) Nash, Andrew(Volume editor)

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Part of the Canongate Classics series
1841950033 / 9781841950037
Paperback
828.809
16/05/2000
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Classics
20 cm xix, 330p. : ill.
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Published in Scotland. Contents: The little white bird - The twelve-pound look - Farewell Miss Julie Logan.

This selection of J M Barrie's work covers three different genres and all the most telling themes found in his writing: Scotland, childhood, fantasy and sentimentality, sexual anxiety, theatrical invention, social comedy and proto-feminism. The disturbing prose fable of The Little White Bird contains the first and most original exploration of the Peter Pan theme, properly set in the wider context of a middle-aged man's engagement with creation, fantasy and loneliness-a theme which made Barrie world-famous and haunted him for the rest of his life. In a one-act play of scintillating satire, The Twelve-Pound Look exposes the pomposities of male pride and public success in 1910 from the point of view of an ex-wife unexpectedly returned as her (be)knighted husband's typist. Written in diary form and telling of an uncanny romance in a remote winter glen, Farewell Miss Julie Logan evokes the author's fascination with longing, death and loss in a novella which can stand with the stories of the supernatural and which itself raises questions about the nature of romance fiction. This volume offers an exciting reassessment of one of Scotland's most unusual and misrepresented writers.

BIC:

DNF Literary essays, FC Classic fiction (pre c 1945)

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