Lee was the writer of over forty published collections of essays, short stories and novels in her lifetime. As a British citizen born in France, she spoke both native languages, as well as Italian (the language of her adopted home) and German fluently. Lee was an ardent anti-vivisectionist, a staunch pacifist, and a supporter of the rights of.
Violet Paget, known by her pen name Vernon Lee, is remembered today primarily for her supernatural fiction and her work on aesthetics. An early follower of Walter Pater, she wrote over a dozen volumes of essays on art, music, and travel, poetry and contributed to The Yellow Book.
This article, in its contextualization of Vernon Lee’s travels before her composition of this tale, navigates a constellation of Lee’s essays, letters, and impressions of Morocco and Spain as recorded in her Commonplace Book IV.Buy Limbo and Other Essays by Vernon Lee, Literary Collections, Essays by Lee, Vernon (ISBN: 9780809593781) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Lee, Vernon (People) Published in 1881, Vernon Lee’s Belcaro: Being Essays on Sundry Aesthetical Questions continued her engagement with aesthetic questions through the essay form. Dedicated to poet A. Mary F. Robinson and written early in their passionate (likely lesbian) friendship, Lee describes the collection as a “scholar’s copy book” (5).
Abstract. Vernon Lee’s debut into aestheticism takes place in the shadow of Pater’s discipleship. Her second collection of essays, Belcaro (1881), adopts the language and method of Pater’s early writings in order to launch an attack against the use of didacticism and ethical principles in art criticism. Lee was only 25 but she had already made her name known, the previous year, as the.Read More
Limbo and Other Essays (1897). by: Vernon Lee: Vernon Lee Was the Pseudonym of the British Writer Violet Paget (14 October 1856 - 13 February 1935). Lee, Vernon Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (2017).Read More
The enquiry privileges the place of sexual ideas and values in the context of the intellectual culture of the Aesthetic Movement, and of the late-Victorian period generally, rather than focusing (as much scholarship has done) upon the writers' 'real-life' sexual behaviour, desires or identities.. the pre-1900 essays of Vernon Lee are shown.Read More
Vernon Lee writes in the Preface to Hauntings, “My ghosts are what you call spurious ghosts. of whom I can affirm only one thing, that they haunted certain brains, and have haunted, among others, my own.” First published in 1890, Lee’s most famous volume of supernatural tales occupies a special place in the literature of the fantastic for its treatment of the femme fatale and the.Read More
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935. Hortus vitae. London, New York, J. Lane, The Bodley Head, 1904 (OCoLC)613244045.Read More
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This, the first collection of essays on the aesthete and intellectual Vernon Lee, offers a wide range of critical writings by scholars. Key works are examined including Euphorion, Hauntings: Fantastic Stories and Music and Its Lovers. New light is shed on Lee's relationships with contemporaries such as Lee-Hamilton, Pater and Wilde.Read More
Vernon Lee was the pseudonym for Violet Paget (1856-1935), a British writer of supernatural fiction, poetry and essays who lived in Italy 1889-1935. From the description of Vernon Lee manuscript fragment (manuscript), (1885-1900?).Read More
A selection of essays by Vernon Lee - a pseudonym of Violet Paget - on the highs and lows of life.Generally in good condition. Some bumps and scuffs to edges. Former library book with expected stamps and marks. Binding sound.Read More
Limbo and Other Essays (Esprios Classics) By Vernon Lee Published on 2020-04-07 2020-04-07 Vernon Lee was the pseudonym of the British writer Violet Paget (14 October 1856 - 13 February 1935). She is remembered today primarily for her supernatura.Read More