Cunninghame Graham


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Cunninghame Graham

R(obert) B(ontine). 1852--1936, Scottish traveller, writer, and politician, noted for his essays and short stories: first president (1928) of the Scottish Nationalist Party
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Hardie became the party's first secretary while Cunninghame Graham was the first president.
Blanca se despide enviando "Mil carinos de todos y sabe la quiere su amiga," una indicacion que la familia entera ya conoce a Cunninghame Graham (carta 21), asi como su madre habia anadido a una carta anterior la posdata: "Recuerdos de todos" (carta 15).
Como se dijo, Hudson, Cunninghame Graham y Conrad pertenecian a un mismo campo intelectual, en el que los unia ademas una identidad bicultural, identidad que Borges reclamara para si mismo.
Bloody Niggers," Selected Writings of Cunninghame Graham.
In a letter to Cunninghame Graham, explaining that Singleton of the Narcissus is an 'elemental force', Conrad wrote that 'Nothing can touch him but the curse of decay - the eternal decree that will extinguish the sun, the stars one by one, and in another instant shall spread a frozen darkness over the whole universe.
For the first time we have the complete surviving correspondence to Conrad from Edward Garnett, Gide, and Cunninghame Graham, and the larger part of that from F.
There are vivid portraits of contemporaries and of lesser-known near-contemporaries -- of John Maclean and Jimmy Maxton, of 'King John' MacCormick, of Roland Eugene Muirhead, of Don Roberto Cunninghame Graham, and, not least, of the poet Hugh MacDiarmid, to name but a few.
The man with whom he founded the Scottish Labour Party, RB Cunninghame Graham, went on to set up the National Party of Scotland, which later became the Scottish National Party.
Through other letters (19) Conrad has shown himself to have been uncomfortable about his association with this "newspaper," but the reviews of his own works in The Outlook were glowing, and his friends Stephen Crane and Cunninghame Graham were also accorded a good deal of favorable attention by it.
Literary impressionism was already a matter of detailed discussion in the correspondence between Conrad, Cunninghame Graham, and Edward Garnett in the late 1890s; and, of course, Cunninghame Graham was regarded as an impressionist, as was Conrad's young American friend, Stephen Crane.
Set in the faded splendour of Gartmore house, former seat of the Cunninghame Graham family, St Ninian's was the most expensive List D school to run.
In A Portrait in Letters we can also learn that Cunninghame Graham felt that Nostromo, a novel which he admired pre-eminently, should have been called Costaguana, and that the novel's two last chapters were 'a mistake' (p.