Last edited by Tygosida
Sunday, April 19, 2020 | History

5 edition of Of Una Jeffers found in the catalog.

Of Una Jeffers

  • 353 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Story Line Press in Ashland, OR .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Jeffers, Una, 1884 or 5-1950.,
    • Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962 -- Marriage.,
    • Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography.,
    • Authors" spouses -- United States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Edith Greenan ; edited and introduced by James Karman.
      ContributionsKarman, James.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3519.E27 Z63 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxviii, 102 p. :
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL375080M
      ISBN 101885266642
      LC Control Number98036930

      Critically, Jeffers is praised mostly for his shorter poems. Frederic Carpenter, a noted Jeffers critic, explains in his book, Robinson Jeffers, that “they [the shorter poems] are as unconventional as the long ones, and show an even greater variety. Very few are lyrics in the strict sense, although many give expression to a single emotion. Black and White photo of Robinson Jeffers and Una Jeffers by Genthe from A Tour of Tor House Home of Robinson Jeffers, Editing Jean Ritter-Murray (Tor House Foundation, ), 6. Black and White picture of Ted, Edith, and Robin in , Photographed by Una – Edith Greenan, Edited by James Karman, Of Una Jeffers, A Memoir (Story Line Press.


Share this book
You might also like
Rumfa College, Kano

Rumfa College, Kano

Hanʾgugŏ parŭm

Hanʾgugŏ parŭm

lost ideal.

lost ideal.

Glasgow Universitys pictures

Glasgow Universitys pictures

Helping our bird friends.

Helping our bird friends.

Ethnodrama

Ethnodrama

The Berenstain Bears Dont Pollute (Anymore)

The Berenstain Bears Dont Pollute (Anymore)

Fuzzy modeling and control

Fuzzy modeling and control

Voyager 2-46.

Voyager 2-46.

Léopold of the Belgians

Léopold of the Belgians

Monitoring impacts on inland fisheries using hydroacoustics

Monitoring impacts on inland fisheries using hydroacoustics

Leadership and School Culture/Students Manual

Leadership and School Culture/Students Manual

Business insights : China

Business insights : China

Forged through fire

Forged through fire

Of Una Jeffers by Edith Greenan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Una Jeffers, the amazing wife of poet Robinson Jeffers, had the kind of charisma that drew people to her. I recently visited Tor House in Carmel, CA where Una and Robinson lived.

A docent told a funny little story of how Robinson wrote in their bedroom on the second floor and Una, sitting at her desk on the first floor, would pound the ceiling /5(6).

Robinson and Una Jeffers Robin and Una were married August 2,and for some reason remained friends with Ted Kuster and his new wife Edith Emmons Kuster. In her memoir, Of Una Jeffers, Edith writes, "One evening, a year after Una. Of Una Jeffers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Una and Robinson Jeffers raised twin sons and built a house and granite tow /5. This book also contains several photos of Una, Robinson, Edith, Edward and the Jeffers' twin sons as well as few poems by Robinson, that were unpublished /5.

Jeffers, Una, comp., Robinson Jeffers illustrations, introduction by Dave Oliphant Published by designed and printed by Ward Ritchie for The Book Club of California, bound by.

Black and White photo of Una Call Kuster - Melba Berry Bennett, The Stone Mason of Tor House - The Life and Work of Robinson Jeffers (The Ward Ritchie Press, ). Black and White photo of Una Call KusterJames Karman, Robinson Jeffers Poet of California, Photo from Jeffers Literary Properties.

During Jeffers’s post-graduate period, when he was for the first time free from his religious family’s strictures, he drank to excess and discovered love with various young women. One amongst them changed his life. Una Call Kuster was a graduate student at USC and married to a successful attorney, Edward Kuster, when Jeffers met her in My friend and sometime-editor Terry Hummer triumphantly posted on Facebook that he had managed to buy four Robinson Jeffers stamps on ebay, after the first sale was cancelled because the seller was “out of stock.”.

Perhaps it’s a good sign that there’s a demand for Jeffers – even if only in stamp form. Few American poets have undergone quite so much disparagement and neglect (I wrote.

Una and Robinson Jeffers raised twin sons and built a house and granite tower, which is now an historical landmark in Carmel, California. At the end of his book-length poem, Iris, Mark Jarman describes that remarkable union and place as "The house where pain and pleasure had turned to poetry and stone, and a family had been happy." Published in a small limited edition inand available.

"Una and Robinson Jeffers raised twin sons and built a house and granite tower, which is now an historical landmark in Carmel, California.

At the end of his book-length poem, Iris, Mark Jarman describes that remarkable union and place as "The house where pain and pleasure had turned to poetry and stone, and a family had been happy."" "Published in a small limited edition inand available.

The illustrated talk, Robinson and Una Jeffers: A Life in Letters, was given by James Karman on Aug at the Book Club of California in San Francisco, CA. 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.

Robin and Una were married August 2,and for some reason remained friends with Ted Kuster and his new wife Edith Emmons Kuster. In her memoir, Of Una Jeffers, Edith writes, "One evening, a year after Una and Robin were married, Robin was reading aloud to us. He picked up a book and said. Buy a cheap copy of Of Una Jeffers: A Discovered Memoir book by Edith Greenan.

Edith's memoir is short but packed with rich descriptive memories. It's written in sort of a free form with one memory sparking another later memory as Edith Free shipping over $/5(1). Poet Robinson Jeffers and wife, Una, 'tell their own story' in newly published letters.

By Cynthia Haven. They fell madly in love. But she was married to a. Una Jeffers is the author of Visits to Ireland ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Where Shall I Take You To ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), 4/5.

Tor House and Hawk Tower are buildings in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, home of poet Robinson Jeffers and family from to The two structures, often referred to jointly as Tor House, are generally believed to have played a crucial role in the development of Robinson Jeffers as a poet, and have inspired many a visitor, for example, Stewart Brand, founder of the Whole Earth Catalog:Coordinates: 36°32′32″N °56′1″W / °N.

Sincerely Una Jeffers, Tor House, Carmel, California." The other is on a small tear sheet and says "Sorry we have none of the older books -- that is extra copies Yes he will always autograph your books Una Jeffers." The book is printed on creme-colored paper with slightly deckled edges.

This book is the first volume in what will be a three-volume, fully annotated edition that collects all of Robinson Jeffers' letters and the most important of Una Jeffers' letters. Volume One, comprised of letters written between andalso contains a substantial introduction to Jeffers' life and work.

Readers of Volume One will acquire a completely new understanding of Jeffers. Tor House, Carmel, California: August 5, First edition. One-page original handwritten letter on x 11 watermarked onion skin paper, to Miss Beittel signed Very sincerely/ Una Jeffers.

Grace Rettew Beittel wrote to over 90 artists and intellectuals while researching her college senior thesis, Imaginary Companions in Childhood: Their Relation to Creative Ability in Adult Life.

The limited correspondence in each series includes letters from Robinson and Una Jeffers, the book dealer Barnet B. Ruder, and the Jeffers bibliographer S. Karman matter-of-factly chronicles Jeffers’s life from his childhood and education in Europe and his peripatetic college years to his adulterous affair with Una Kuster, whom he married in following her divorce from her first husband, after which the couple moved to Carmel-by-the-Sea, Calif.

Karman also gives close readings of Jeffers’s Brand: Stanford University Press. The s marked a turning point for the world.

Scientific and technological revolutions, economic and social upheavals, and the outbreak of war changed the course of history. The s also marked a turning point for Robinson Jeffers, both in his career as a poet and in his private life.

The letters collected in this second volume of annotated correspondence document Jeffers' rising fame as a. Featuring the talents of Maia Julianne Thielen Directed and Produced by Lucas O. Seastrom Special Thanks to Alan Stacy Filmed at Tor House and Point Lobos.

The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers by James Karman Book Resume: This volume of correspondence, the last in a three-volume edition, spans a pivotal moment in American history: the mid-twentieth century, from the beginning of World War II, through the years of rebuilding and uneasy peace that followed.

Robinson Jeffers was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. The son of Presbyterian minister and Biblical scholar, Dr.

William Hamilton Jeffers, as a boy Jeffers was thoroughly trained in the Bible and classical languages. The Jeffers family frequently traveled to Europe, and Robinson attended boarding schools in Germany and Switzerland.

InJeffers enrolled in Western University of. " The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers represents a truly important addition to American literary scholarship.

Not only was Jeffers a great Modernist poet, he was the only major one writing from the western half of the United : James Karman. Lee Jeffers Published am PST, Thursday, Decem Mrs. Jeffers was the daughter-in- law of the renowned poet Robinson Jeffers and his wife, the essayist and book reviewer Una Jeffers.

KPIX-TV documentary film fromnarrated by Marvin Miller, about the life and work of American poet Robinson Jeffers (). Includes brief glimpses of Jeffers in silent, archival footage and interviews at Tor House (Carmel, California) with Melba Bennett, Donnan Jeffers, Theodore Lilienthal and Dame Judith Anderson.

Drawing on the "beauty of things" in nature, Robinson Jeffers wrote poetry that highlighted the difference between the natural world and the condition of the modern man - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets.

AM, Nov. 12, For the Record Los Angeles Times Sunday Novem Home Edition Book Review Page 2 Book Review Desk 2. Carmel: Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, First edition.

Number 41 of 85 numbered copies. Issued In observation of the 85th anniversary of its submission at the University of Southern California on John H. Hicks notes in his brief introductory letter, It is past time that Una's literary efforts and fascinating personality were more recognized and that it is possible Author: Una Jeffers.

John Robinson Jeffers was an American poet, known for his work about the central California coast. Most of Jeffers' poetry was written in classic narrative and epic form, but today he is also known for his short verse, and considered an icon of the environmental movement.

Jeffers was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (now part of Pittsburgh), the. Una was a major force behind Jeffers' creative output and she was a fascinating figure in her own right. The Ward Ritchie press published a book of her writings during a trip to Ireland called Visits to Ireland.

Book Reviews The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, and the Selectied Letters of Una Jeffers Edited by James Karman Reviewed by Geneva Gano 67 The Wild That Attracts Us: New Critical Essays on Robinson Jeffers Edited by Shaunanne Tangney Reviewed by James Baird 76 Robinson Jeffers: Poet and Prophet by James Karman Reviewed by Brett.

I just finished reading Mabel Dodge Luhan’s Una and Robin for the third time (It’s a slight book, just 36 pages), and since I’ve described it elsewhere as “a sinkhole of nastiness couched as praise,” here are some details to back that up.

The introduction by Mark Schorer begins with some peculiar errors. For example, Schorer explains that Mabel saw Jeffers as John the Baptist, then.

Read "The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers Volume Two, –" by available from Rakuten Kobo. The s marked a turning point for the world. Scientific and technological revolutions, economic and social upheavals, Brand: Stanford University Press.

Una Jeffers; Author division. Una Jeffers is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Una Jeffers is composed of 1 name.

Combine with. - Explore jackmkelly48's board "Robinson Jeffers" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Robinson jeffers, Poetry photos and Poetry pins. From the description of Papers of Robinson Jeffers, (bulk ). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Robinson Jeffers () was an American poet and dramatist.

Born in Pittsburgh inhe graduated from Occidental College in He married Una Call Jeffers () inand they had three children. The second volume of James Karman’s projected three-volume edition of The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers, which covers topresents a rich record of the back story to the seemingly serene surface of Jeffers’s career in the years of his greatest prominence.

Susan Jeffers, who has died aged 74 of cancer, was the author of the self-help book Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. Initially rejected by numerous publishers, the book went on to sell an Author: Suzie Hayman.Consists chiefly of works and correspondence of the American poet Robinson Jeffers.

Present are manuscripts for The Double Axe, Medea, and The Women at Point Sur and drafts of many individual poems. Along with much correspondence to and from family, friends, colleagues, and admirers are letters, legal papers, and financial records from Jeffers' publishers.