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The War Hero Who Was a Spy and the Celebrated Writer

Nazi hunter, victim of McCarthyism — heir to Shelley’s monster? Kay Boyle’s muse and third husband was all of these Ex-pat golden girl of Paris in the Twenties and genius of the Lost Generation,...

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Kay Boyle and/in transition (1927-1938)

In Being Geniuses Together, Kay Boyle reminisces on the role the modernist magazine transition played in the early years of her expatriation in Europe. It was in transition, she says, that she first read...

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On Boyle’s short stories

By Chistine Grogan I first read the work of Kay Boyle when I was preparing to teach a course titled “American Literature, 1912-1945.” I had taught this course before but this time I was...

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Kay Boyle: A Twentieth Century Life in Letters

Kay Boyle, A Twentieth-Century Life in Letters Edited and with an Introduction by Sandra Spanier,  University of Illinois Press, July 2015 Pages:848 Source : University of Illinois Press The intimate and epic chronicle of...

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“The Lost” adapted for the stage

From Page to Stage THE TALL BOY is a solo play starring actress Tandy Cronyn. Based on Kay Boyle’s short story, “The Lost” (1951) it was adapted for the stage by British playright Simon...

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“Kay Boyle and Love” in The Scofield

The Scofield Issue 1.2 Kay Boyle & Love Fall 2015 http://thescofield.com/ Our guiding principle here at The Scofield is to create a place where lovers of literature gather. Of course, we aren’t actually gathering....

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Kay Boyle in Le Havre

In his article, “Le Havre de Kay Boyle,” published in Cartographies littéraires du Havre, Pierre Dieulafait discusses Boyle’s vision of Le Havre and the possible influences of the town on her aesthetics and politics....

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