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The Lost Stradivarius by John Meade Falkner and The Parson by Anna Kavan

The Lost Stradivarius

Novella-length ghost story.  One young man at Oxford picks up some old-fashioned music on his travels and plays it with his friend.  One particular piece summons a ghostly listening presence.  496 more words

Pegasus Book Beacon Week 2: Anna Kavan

This week on Book Beacon we’re taking a look at an English novelist and short story writer.

Anna Kavan, the adopted name of Helen Emily Woods, was born in Cannes, France in 1901. 743 more words

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They are honourable and precious to me, these books, in proportion to their great heroism. They are like members of a suicide squad who do not hesitate to engage the enormously superior enemy, life, upon my behalf.

“Our City” by Anna Kavan

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Anna K., bifurquer

Anna K. mythologies personnelles, le projet avance depuis le dernier post en mai ! Un séjour de deux mois juin juillet aux Etats-Unis, de New York à Austin en passant par Tulsa, des belles rencontres et des sessions de travail passionnantes, en tête-à-tête avec une montagne de boîtes d’archives ! 418 more words

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In R J Dent's Library - Anna Kavan

R J Dent’s takes a look at the hallucinatory works of an author once described as ‘Kafka’s sister’ – Anna Kavan.

In R J Dent’s Library – Anna Kavan… 24 more words

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FLASH FICTION: Black Treacle: A story of Anna Kavan, by Craig Laurance Gidney

I’ve posted my short homage to the cult British author Anna Kavan, over on Wattpad. Please enjoy. 7 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: Ice by Anna Kavan. Interior landscapes cast in ice.

Ice by Anna Kavan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kafka cavorts with Plath in this post-apocalyptic novel by the late Anna Kavan. A thermonuclear device has been detonated, and the world slowly awaits its fate as the planet freezes. 351 more words

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