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Title: The Orissers. Date Printed: Author: L H Myers. This copy is signed and numbered by the author to the limited page, stating that this is number of the copies. pages. In the scarce original dustwrapper.
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L.H. (Leopold Hamilton) Myers is the author of The Orissers (), The Clio (), Strange Glory (), and The Pool of Vishnu (), which was intended to complete the story told in The Root and the son of a founding member of the Society for Psychical Research, Myers was deeply concerned with issues of spiritual transcendence and social justice; briefly active with the.
L.H. Myers, English philosophical novelist whose most compelling works explore spiritual turmoil and despair. Myers studied at Eton College, continued his education in Germany, and then briefly attended the University of Cambridge.
Inwhen his father died, he turned his attention exclusively. The Root and the Flower, British writer L.H. Myers's strange, mystical historical trilogy, was first published in the s, and will now be reissued in one volume with an introduction by Penelope Fitzgerald.
Set in a dreamlike version of Moghal India, it follows the adventures of a prince, his wife and their son Jali, each struggling Reviews: 7. L.H. Myers, Penelope Fitzgerald (Introduction) avg rating — 49 ratings — published — 7 editions/5.
THE CLIO Paperback – January 1, by L.H. Myers (Author)Reviews: 1. L.H. Myers 7 followers Leo (Leopold) Hamilton Myers was born in Leckhampton House, Cambridge into a cultured family; his father was the writer Frederic William Henry Myers () and his mother the photographer Eveleen Tennant ()/5.
by L. Myers ‧ RELEASE DATE: Aug But as a probing of the spiritual, of the contemplative and philosophical, it is an unusual book. Myers attempts to reveal through Indian religious traditions, a conception of the individual soul that bears on ethical problems of today.
The story is the least part, -- that of the rebellion of the two. Myers was born in Leckhampton House, Cambridge into a cultured family; his father was the writer Frederic William Henry Myers () and his mother the photographer Eveleen Tennant ().
He was named after his godfather, Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge. His trilogy/tetralogy The Root and the Flower, set in India at.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bantock, G.H. (Geoffrey Herman), L.H. Myers, a critical study. London, Cape, (OCoLC) Books by L. Myers and Complete Book Reviews The Root and the Flower L. Myers, Author, Penelope Fitzgerald, Introduction by New York Review of Books $ (p) ISBN Louis A.
Meyer (January 1, - J ), was a Maine author. Writing under the name L.A. Meyer, he was best known for his young-adult historical series The Jacky Faber Adventures, also known as the Bloody Jack series. He also wrote two children's picture books and was a painter.
He and his wife owned an art gallery called Clair de Loon in Bar Harbor. Myers (Full name Leopold Hamilton Myers) English poet and novelist. A novelist concerned with both spiritual transcendence and social equality, Myers is best known for The Near and. By L.H. Myers - Published Genres: Romance.
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About The Root and the Flower. Set in the war-torn world of Mughal India and ﬁrst published in the gathering darkness of the s, The Root and the Flower is an epic story of intrigue, murder, and romance; of Tantric abandonment and Buddhist renunciation; of emotional delirium and spiritual adventure.
The cast of characters includes Hari, a reckless and passionate warrior; Sita, in. The book itself, an imaginative re-creation of 18th-century India, prefigures the religious and political struggles of the modern period. But we also thought this dense story "difficult" "to appraise": as narrator, Myers "proves a disappointment," and "the physical plane" of his fiction " is slow and tenuous.".
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The Root and the Flower, British writer L.H. Myers's strange, mystical historical trilogy, was first published in the s, and will now be reissued in one volume with an introduction by Penelope. Read "The Root and the Flower" by L.H. Myers available from Rakuten Kobo.
Set in the war-torn world of Mughal India and ﬁrst published in the gathering darkness of the s, The Root and the Fl. L.H. Myers: a critical study by Bantock, G. (Geoffrey Herman), Publication date Topics Myers, L.
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Intellectual Property, Cases and Materials, 3d, Supplement (American Casebook) by David L. Lange, Mary LaFrance, Gary Myers and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at SOURCE: "The Work of L.
Myers," in Scrutiny, Vol. III, No. 1, June,pp. [In the following excerpt, Harding asserts that Myers's character development, plotting, and prose are more. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
L.H. Myers (Author) L.H. Myers (–) was the son F.W.H. Myers, an essayist and investigator into parapsychology, and Evelyn Tennant, an accomplished amateur.
Nowadays little more than a name, L.H. Myers (–) is remembered chiefly for a dictum about ‘the deep-seated spiritual vulgarity that lies at the heart ofour civilization’. Yet he was a serious. L.H. (Leopold Hamilton) Myers is the author of The Orissers (), The Clio (), Strange Glory (), and The Pool of Vishnu (), which was intended to complete the story told in The Root and the son of a founding member of the Society for Psychical Research, Myers was deeply concerned with issues of spiritual transcendence and social justice; briefly active with the Reviews: 6.
9 L.H. MYERS to Olaf STAPLEDON, Octoquoted by G.H. BANTOCK in L.H. Myers, A Critical Study, London,p. 10 Some of these letters are included in G.H. Bantock’s L.H. Myers, A Critical Study. 11 See Morabek in The Root and the Flower: “To the religious-minded there is nothing more odious than irreligion.” (p.
Buy The Near and the Far by Myers, L.H. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : L.H. Myers. Myers, Robin and Michael Harris (edited by) [Christopher de Hamel, T. Birrell, Robin Myers, David Hall, Ronald Browne, Julian Roberts, Esther Potter] Published by St.
Paul's Bibliographies, [Winchester, Hampshire] (). Myers To most modern readers the novelist L.H. Myers () is little more than a name. The novels are unread; and apart from a well-known dictum about the 'spiritual vulgarity' of the age, his sole memorials are by other hands: a handful of reviews, the odd footnote, a few brief if appreciative mentions in literary histories.
The Root and the Flower by L.H. Myers A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. "The Pool of Vishnu" and Other Fiction; L.H.
Myers Continues the Tale Begun in "The Root and the Flower"-- A Novel By Dickens's Great-Granddaughter By Peter Monro Jack Aug. 25, Other articles where The Orissers is discussed: L.H.
Myers: Myers’s first novel, The Orissers (), marked him as an author of distinction. His next novel, The Clio (), reflected the then-fashionable ideas of Aldous Huxley.
His major work, an Indian tetralogy set in the late 16th century at the time of Akbar the Great, consists of The. The Clio by Myers, L.H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The near and the far, containing The root and the flower & The pool of Vishnu / by L.H.
Myers Myers, L. (Leopold Hamilton), [ Book: ]. by L.H. Myers, Penelope Fitzgerald (Introduction) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / I first stumbled across Elizabeth Myers at a book fair in Sherborne.
Mum and I had gone on a day out there, travelling by train, just to enjoy a mosey around. While there, we spotted a sign to a book fair – and, naturally, went to have a look. It turned out to be one of those places for book dealers and rich folk, rather than the ordinary reader.
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death Contents Introduction -- Disintegrations of personality -- Genius -- Sleep -- Hypnotism -- Sensory automatism -- Phantasms of the dead -- Motor automatism -- Trance, possession, and ecstasy -- Epilogue.
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But as knowledge increases life rolls by, and I have thought it well to bring out while I can even this most imperfect text-book to a branch of research whose novelty and strangeness call urgently for some.