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de la Mare

Walter (John). 1873--1956, English poet and novelist, noted esp for his evocative verse for children. His works include the volumes of poetry The Listeners and Other Poems (1912) and Peacock Pie (1913) and the novel Memoirs of a Midget (1921)
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More importantly, Campbell's restatement of old prejudices ignores new readings of De la Mare's work.
De la Mare talks about experience planning at theme parks that Includes varied rhythms--at Disney, he says, "Architects mix 'decompression zones' In with the attractions to let people rest before finding something new to explore"-and attention to a "good story" with a clear beginning, middle, and end.
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An appendix lists Walter de la Mare's collected works; another contains references and resources, including contact information for organizations and special collections accessed in the research.
Poems by Walter de la Mare (all page references are to Matthew Sweeney's edition published by Faber): 'The Fly' (p.4-5); 'Haunted' (p.
Based on de la Mare's observations, the catalogue entries are organized into several groups according to the period in which Sanvito produced them.
Peter de la Mare has a worthy place in our constitutional history as the first Speaker (in the sense of "spokesman") of the House of Commons.
Originally published in 1921, this bizarre book may be de la Mare's best and most multileveled.
The Council for the Regulation of Healthcare Professionals (CRHP)argued the caution imposed on paediatric nurse Steven Truscott,from Southampton,by the Nursing and Midwifery Council's professional conduct committee was ``unduly lenient.'' Thomas de la Mare,appearing for the CRHP, asked a judge to order a rehearing.
Other recent commissions have included the one-act opera Princess Gray Goose, premiered in 1996; Margarets: Two Duets for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano and Piano (recorded on the CD to Sun, To Feast, and To Converse, Albany Records); Then Swims Up the Great Round Moon (a song cycle for vocal quartet and piano with texts by Walter de la Mare); Harlem Night Songs for SATB chorus and piano with texts by Langston Hughes; and a fanfare for Glimmerglass Opera Company's 2002 season.
Chambers on Venetian perceptions of Portugal, Albinia de la Mare's on Portuguese patrons of the Florentine book trade, Eric Apfelstadt on the chapel of the cardinal of Portugal in San Miniato, Sylvie Deswarte-Rosa on the Portuguese in Rome and the Palazzo dei Tribunali) bring to bear new documentary findings on their subjects.
Housman (1859-1936) and Walter de la Mare (1873-1956)--as set to music by a group of English and American composers.