Kelly, Stuart. “Book review: The Overhaul, Kathleen Jamie”. Scotland on Sunday.
Standard Name: Luxemburg, Rosa
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Hannah Arendt||
Her mother, born Martha Cohn , was the daughter of Jacob Cohn, who made a great deal of money importing tea. Martha was responsible for HA 's upbringing, which she recorded in a book entitled...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Tillie Olsen||
By late 1929 Tillie Lerner met Abraham Jevons Goldfarb , a radical writer who was like herself the child of Russian Jewish immigrants to the USA. She ran away with him after her eighteenth birthday...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Kathleen Jamie||
In the title piece a boat pulled up out of the water awaits repair and refitting: it's a time-of-life thing, / it's a waiting game.
One reviewer observed that nature, in Jamie's work, is unsettling...
|Performance of text||Pam Gems||
PG adapted two plays by French women for a performance at the Soho Poly this year: My Name is Rosa Luxemburg, adapted from Marianne Auricost , and The Rivers and Forests, adapted from Marguerite Duras .
Aston, Elaine. “Pam Gems: Body Politics and Biography”. The Cambridge Companion to Modern British Women Playwrights, edited by Elaine Aston and Janelle Reinelt, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 157-73.
She followed it with Love Letters: An Anthology, dedicated to Harold Pinter and published in later 1976.
Writing about this book in the Times on 6 November that year, AF noted that she...
Fraser, Antonia. Must You Go?. Random House of Canada, 2010.
|Textual Features||Pam Gems||
PG structured the play in short scenes she refers to as takes or condensed fragments, because she felt that contemporary audiences, being reared on film and television, responded in a synaptic way to material...
|Textual Features||Adrienne Rich||
This volume's title and epigraph are taken from The Great Gatsby. Like AR 's other works, Dark Fields of the Republic reflects a diverse group of artistic and social influences, which include the Bible...
|Textual Production||Hannah Arendt||
Authors or politicians whom HA wrote about in articles, reviews, or editions (excluding those essays reprinted in Men in Dark Times) include Konrad Adenauer , W. H. Auden , Wilhelm Dilthey , Waldemar Gurian
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Hannah Arendt|
German anti-militarists including Rosa Luxemburg , Clara Zetkin , and Karl Liebknecht founded the secret political organization called the Spartakusbund or Spartacus League.
15 January 1919
Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht , co-founders of the Spartacus League (December 1914), were murdered in Berlin.
10 May 1933
Following a speech from Joseph Goebbels , over 40,000 people participated in burning books to cleanse German literature and root out Jewish intellectualism.
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