5 edition of Fredson Bowers and the Irish wolfhound found in the catalog.
Fredson Bowers and the Irish wolfhound
J. C. C. Mays
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-75) and index.
|Other titles||Fredson Bowers & the Irish wolfhound|
|LC Classifications||Z8.I78 M36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||2003430879|
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Genre/Form: Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mays, J.C.C. Fredson Bowers and the Irish wolfhound. Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland. Here is the Strange Story of the Big Irish Wolfhound by Edward C.
Ash, The American Kennel Gazette, October, Vol. 55, No. Article from Fredson Bowers on the Irish wolfhound & Scottish deerhound, publication date unknown Two articles from the AKC Gazette on the Breed Standard and Wolfhound Type by Fredson Bowers. Fredson Bowers. Fredson Bowers (–) Contributed by David L.
Vander Meulen. Fredson Bowers was a literary scholar and a professor of English at the University of Virginia from to He raised the English department to national prominence while serving as its chair from to and as dean of the faculty of Arts and Sciences in and A while back, while researching the history of the Irish Wolfhound, I read an article written by Fredson T.
Bowers which was published in the AKC Gazette in in which he revisited that old "canard" (a false or misleading story) that was born in the late 's that modern Irish Wolfhounds were an.
F.B. (Fredson Bowers) Fredson Bowers lived in West Newton, Massachusetts and bred Irish Wolfhounds at one period, although apparently he gave up the breed.
He was also a bibliographer and a Professor at Virginia University and wrote many books. He died April 11th, An essay exploring the work of bibliographer Fredson Bowers, Irish culture, Irish books and the dissemination of knowledge. Condition: fine. Fredson Bowers & the Irish Wolfhound.
Mays, J. Published by Essays on the history of the Irish book, illustrated, many in color. Seller Inventory # More information about this. Irish Wolfhound Breed Revival and History (By Fredson T.
Bowers ) (With additional information researched by Steve Tillotson, November ) "The Country", MagazineThe Scotch or Rough Haired Greyhound By Cobsincon.
Fredson Bowers & The Irish Wolfhound. The hound of the title is more pertinent than it might first appear. "My title," Mays explains, "is intended to suggest that if Bowers had paused to think how the revival of [the Irish wolfhound] participated in a renewing interest in Irish.
Essays in bibliography, text, and editing / Fredson Bowers Bowers, Fredson, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 16 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 92,) Fredson Bowers and the Irish wolfhound / J.C.C.
Mays Mays, J. C [ Book. Fredson T. Bowers, author of “The Dog Owner’s Handbook,” wrote in the May 1, issue of the American Kennel Gazette, “ The Irish had permitted the breed to degenerate, and when Graham went to Ireland, secured specimens which he considered to possess the true blood, and returned to breed them in England, the Irish vociferously.
Studies in Bibliography. Studies in Bibliography. Contributed by G. Thomas Tanselle. Studies in Bibliography is a scholarly journal founded in by Fredson Bowers, a professor of English at the University of Virginia, and published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of aim is to contribute to bibliographical scholarship by publishing articles in any of the areas.
Early History of the Breed From The Complete Irish Wolfhound, Revised Edition (2nd) by Alma J. Starbuck. The story of the Irish Wolfhound, "like all Gaul," may be divided into three parts: the data regarding the ancient wolfdog with his romantic historical background; the extraordinary feat of Captain G.A.
Graham in reviving the breed in the nineteenth century; and the dog among us today. In his delightful essay-length book, Fredson Bowers & The Irish Wolfhound, * J.C.C.
Mays draws attention to the centrality of the parergon or ‘by-work’ in the Irish tradition: the circumstantial accidents of textual presentation often dictate ‘how meaning is realised – ceases to be inert and becomes alive – at a specific time and.
My life: the memoirs / of Claude Bowers; The young Jefferson, / by Claude G. Bowers; The tragic era: the revolution after Lincoln / by Claude Bowers; Fredson Bowers and the Irish wolfhound / J.
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In fact, Bowers’ interest in purity has an odd correlation to his hobby, dog breeding. In his tribute to Bowers, “The Life and Work of Fredson Bowers,” Tanselle points to Bower’s interest in breed standards of the Irish Wolfhounds that he bred, showed, and eventually judged:Cited by: Fredson Bowers and the Irish Wolfhound (Grange, Co.
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