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"Je me tenais naguère devant los angeles web page blanche comme en face de l. a. mer, songeur, fixant le bleu et rêvant de partances. À présent, je m'embarque. Cette vie est une succession de guichets, de barrières à franchir et de zones de transit. "Cahier du jour", "Journal privé", "Carnet d'envols", on lira ici les allées et venues d'un homme dans los angeles prose de son temps. Poussant jusqu'au poème l'influx et les brisures de los angeles prose, assailli de rouge et de noir plutôt que distillant l'azur, comédien de sa propre soif, parvenant mal à distinguer entre l'intime et l'anonyme.

Essais de voix, récitatifs ou chants brisés, ces pages tracent en définitive un portrait du poète fin-de-siècle, passant, passeur et passager : il fait tomber l'amour dans le domaine public, mais toujours rêve d'un visage où se pencher comme sur une eau claire, non pour y refléter mais pour y boire."

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Into these pages a world is packed, an odyssey compressed, as adventures on the road to the dragon’s ill-got treasure thickens. I do not know how our children will like story so closepacked, one of whose chapters would make a book elsewhere; they may think they are getting too much for their money. But dwarfs have come this year into fashion in America; perhaps these will benefit from the Disney boom. (New York Herald Tribune, Feb­ ruary 20,1938) Sophia L. Goldsmith wrote in the New York Post, March 1938: “ This book will be worn ragged by boys and girls alike.

25). 7. “ G lip” can be found in Chapter 5, note 7; “ Progress in Bimblc Town,” in Chapter 10, note 8; and “ T he Dragon’s Visit,” in Chapter 14, note 2. ” T he two other poems, “A Song o f Bimble Bay” and “ Poor Old Grabhler” (a later version is titled “ Old Grabbler” ), are unpublished. 8. Farm er Giles o f Ham was extensively expanded in 1938, and published in 1949. T he much shorter earlier version was published in the fiftieth anniversary edition, edited by Christina Scull and Wayne G . Hammond, which appeared in 1999.

Illustrated in color and in lin e by the author. 5 0 in children’s literature and a librarian at the Lin­ coln School of the Teachers’ College at Columbia 5 University, wrote: p—j This is one of the most freshly original and delight­ fully imaginative books for children that have ap­ peared in many a long day. . [There are] forests that suggest those of William Morris’s prose ro­ mances. Like Morris’s countries, Wilderland is Faerie, yet it has an earthly quality, the scent of trees, drenching rains and the smell of woodfires..

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