Franklin Maull: Ode to spring
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“It was such a spring day as breathes into a man an ineffable yearning, a painful sweetness, a longing that makes him stand motionless, looking at the leaves or grass, and fling out his arms to embrace he knows not what.” ― John Galsworthy, English ...
[INTERVIEW] 'Translated works need wider publicity
The PEN International was founded in London in 1921 by Catherine Amy Dawson Scott and John Galsworthy to create bonds among writers worldwide. The regional centers of PEN International also recommend candidates for the Nobel Prize in Literature ...
The 'sheep in sheep's clothing' who followed Churchill
One of the best things about this biography is Mr. Bew's frequent dives into literature, using his subject's favorite poet, Rudyard Kipling, and novelist John Galsworthy, among others to illuminate his character, tastes and political evolution from ...
Bob Dylan Nobel'i aldı
Al Jazeera Turk
... Polonyalılar" (1924), Thomas Mann - "Buddenbrooks" (1929), John Galsworthy - "Forsyte Destanı"(1932), Roger Martin Du Gard - "Les Thibault" (1937), Ernest Hemingway - "Yaşlı Adam ve Deniz" (1954) ve Mihail Şolokov - "Ve Durgun Akardı Don" (1965).".