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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Janet Lewis reading at Stanford: videorecording, in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Guide to Janet Lewis reading at Stanford V 2 Overview Call Number: V Creator: Lewis, Janet, Title: Janet Lewis reading at Stanford [videorecording] Dates: Physical Description: Linear feet (1 volume) Summary: Lewis read from her work at an event sponsored by the Creative Writing Program. Language(s): The materials are in English. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Janet Lewis reads With the spring (short story), two poems, and The wife of Martin Guerre [sound recording]. in SearchWorks catalog. The Book Haven wrote about novelist and poet Janet Lewis () for Stanford’s Another Look book club event on her novel, The Wife of Martin Guerre. I had met the writer years before at her home in Los Altos.
During last winter’s Janet Lewis celebration with the “Another Look” book club at Stanford, I didn’t have an opportunity to write about this enticing bit of news: Ohio University Press/Swallow Press is reissuing all three novels in Lewis’s Cases of Circumstantial Evidence series in new editions with fancy new covers. 'Another Look' book club to spotlight Janet Lewis' 'Wife of Martin Guerre' Stanford's book club for short, overlooked masterpieces considers the novel "The Wife of Martin Guerre," once called "one of the most significant short novels in English." It's laden with historical links to a suspicious death on the Stanford campus in Stanford Book Club: The Best Books You've Never Read poet Kenneth Fields will present Janet Lewis' The Wife of Martin Guerre, a page novel. Poet Janet Lewis was also the wife of. Palo Alto, CA - Consider the novel "The Wife of Martin Guerre," once called "one of the most significant short novels in English." It's laden with historical links to a suspicious death on.
Biography. Lewis was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was a graduate of the University of Chicago, where she was a member of a literary circle that included Glenway Wescott, Elizabeth Madox Roberts, and her future husband Yvor was an active member of the University of Chicago Poetry taught at both Stanford University in California, and the University . Guide to Janet Lewis reading at Stanford V V 2 Title: Janet Lewis reading at Stanford [videorecording] Identifier/Call Number: V Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives Language of Material: English Physical Description: videotape(s) (VHS) Date: Summary: Lewis read from her work at an event sponsored by . Award-winning poet and writer Janet Lewis speaks about her family background and childhood; the Poetry Club at the University of Chicago; and her husband, Arthur Yvor Winters. She offers reflections on her literary work, motherhood, and life at Stanford during the Great Depression and World War II. Originally conducted in as part of Margo Davis's "Some Women in Stanford's. Janet Lewis has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Janet Lewis’s most popular book is The Wife of Martin Guerre. Janet Lewis Reading The Wife Of Martin Guerre: "With The Spring" And "The Anasazi Woman" And "The Ancient Ones: Betatakin" by. Don Stanford (Contributor), Howard Baker (Contributor) liked it avg rating — 1 rating.