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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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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.
A manuscript of Propertius with the Sanvito family's coat of arms (Deventer, Stadsarchief en Athenaeumbibliotheek 11 D 4 Kl) was dated by de la Mare c.
William de la Mare, the latest author, set a different tone by qualifying theology as a "law" rather than a "science.
Mr de la Mare told Mr Justice Collins, sitting in London: ``The CRHP believes the facts reveal that Mr Truscott is an individual who, simply put,lacks any of the appropriate qualities of judgment appropriate within a responsible caring profession.
The program includes works as familiar as George Butterworth's setting of Housman's "A Shropshire Lad"--there is a lot of heavy competition among recordings of this cycle, and Polegato, while never eclipsing anyone, holds his own--and such rarities as Benjamin Britten's Tit for Tat, settings of de la Mare that include the 90-second masterpiece "Silver.
Venice: An Anthology Guide by Milton Grundy (Giles de la Mare, 13.
de la Mare of the Australian Antarctic Division in Tasmania in the Sept.
Walter de la Mare (1873-1956), roughly a contemporary of Robert Frost but by temperament more akin to Thomas Hardy and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, was too poor to continue his education beyond St.
I have followed this method in reading Eliot's "To Walter de la Mare.
There are two bibliographies of the criticism of James's works, neither of which lists two pieces by Walter de la Mare.
In the 1890s de la Mare cultivated 'the Aesthete pose' (p.
In this biography of Walter de la Mare, Theresa Whistler has written a book of rare sensitivity and perception and one which is absorbingly interesting.