John Galsworthy

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John Galsworthy Medalha Nobel
Nascimento 14 de agosto de 1867
Coombe, Surrey (hoje Londres)
Morte 31 de janeiro de 1933 (65 anos)
Londres
Nacionalidade Inglaterra Inglês

John Galsworthy (Coombe, Surrey, 14 de agosto de 1867Londres, 31 de janeiro de 1933) foi um novelista e dramaturgo inglês. Sua obras mais notáveis ​​incluem The Forsyte Saga (1906-1921) e suas sequelas, A Modern Comedy e End of the Chapter. Ele ganhou o Prêmio Nobel de Literatura em 1932.

John Galsworthy nasceu em Kingston Hill, em Surrey, Inglaterra, em uma família rica, como filho de John e Bailey Blanche (Bartleet née) Galsworthy.

Leitura selecionada[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • From the Four Winds, 1897 (as John Sinjohn)
  • Jocelyn, 1898 (as John Sinjohn)
  • Villa Rubein, 1900 (as John Sinjohn)
  • A Man of Devon, 1901 (as John Sinjohn)
  • The Island Pharisees, 1904
  • The Silver Box, 1906 (his first play)
  • The Forsyte Saga, 1906–21, 1922
    • The Man of Property, 1906
    • (interlude) Indian Summer of a Forsyte, 1918
    • In Chancery, 1920
    • (interlude) Awakening, 1920
    • To Let, 1921
  • The Country House, 1907
  • A Commentary, 1908
  • Fraternity, 1909
  • A Justification for the Censorship of Plays, 1909
  • Strife, 1909
  • Fraternity, 1909
  • Joy, 1909
  • Justice, 1910
  • A Motley, 1910
  • The Spirit of Punishment, 1910
  • Horses in Mines, 1910
  • The Patrician, 1911
  • The Little Dream, 1911
  • The Pigeon, 1912
  • The Eldest Son, 1912
  • Moods, Songs, and Doggerels, 1912
  • For Love of Beasts, 1912
  • The Inn of Tranquillity, 1912
  • The Dark Flower, 1913
  • The Fugitive, 1913
  • The Mob, 1914
  • The Freelands, 1915
  • The Little Man, 1915
  • A Bit's Love, 1915
  • A Sheaf, 1916
  • The Apple Tree, 1916
  • Beyond, 1917
  • Five Tales, 1918
  • Saint's Progress, 1919
  • Addresses in America, 1912
  • The Foundations, 1920
  • In Chancery, 1920
  • Awakening, 1920
  • The Skin Game, 1920
  • To Let, 1920
  • A Family Man, 1922
  • The Little Man, 1922
  • Loyalties, 1922
  • Windows, 1922
  • Captures, 1923
  • Abracadabra, 1924
  • The Forest, 1924
  • Old English, 1924
  • The Show, 1925
  • Escape, 1926
  • Verses New and Old, 1926
  • Castles in Spain, 1927
  • A Modern Comedy, 1924–1928, 1929
    • The White Monkey, 1924
    • (Interlude) A Silent Wooing, 1927
    • The Silver Spoon, 1926
    • (Interlude) Passers By, 1927
    • Swan Song, 1928
  • Two Forsyte Interludes, 1927
  • The Manaton Edition, 1923–26 (collection, 30 vols.)
  • Exiled, 1929
  • The Roof, 1929
  • On Forsyte 'Change, 1930
  • Two Essays on Conrad, 1930
  • Soames and the Flag, 1930
  • The Creation of Character in Literature, 1931 (The Romanes Lecture for 1931).
  • Maid in Waiting, 1931
  • Forty Poems, 1932
  • Flowering Wilderness, 1932
  • Over the River, 1933
  • Autobiographical Letters of Galsworthy: A Correspondence with Frank Harris, 1933
  • The Grove Edition, 1927–34 (collection, 27 Vols.)
  • Collected Poems, 1934
  • End of the Chapter, 1931–1933, 1934 (posthumously)
    • Maid in Waiting, 1931
    • Flowering Wilderness, 1932
    • One More River, 1933 (originally the English edition was called Over the River)
  • Punch and Go, 1935
  • The Life and Letters, 1935
  • The Winter Garden, 1935
  • Forsytes, Pendyces and Others, 1935
  • Selected Short Stories, 1935
  • Glimpses and Reflections, 1937
  • Galsworthy's Letters to Leon Lion, 1968
  • Letters from John Galsworthy 1900–1932, 1970

Leitura bibliográfica[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Jeffrey S. Reznick, 2009 John Galsworthy and Disabled Soldiers of the Great War Manchester University Press.

Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]

Precedido por
Erik Axel Karlfeldt
Nobel de Literatura
1932
Sucedido por
Ivan Bunin