Published August 11, 2003
by University of New Mexico Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||376|
In that world she was known as Mrs. Hutchins Hapgood, and at the time Hapgood s career eclipsed hers, though he's equally obscure today. Carol DeBoer-Langworthy, editor of The Modern World of Neith Boyce, has resurrected the previously unpublished autobiographical portion of Boyce's oeuvre in a thorough, scholarly presentation.5/5(2). Carol DeBoer-Langworthy, sometimes known to her students as "CDBL," teaches in the Nonfiction Writing Program at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. A scholar of Neith Boyce, she teaches courses in Lifewriting, the research essay, science writing, the academic essay, and food writing. Genre/Form: Biographies Diaries Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boyce, Neith, Modern world of Neith Boyce. Albuquerque: University of . "The Modern World of Neith Boyce," slide show presented to Macalester College Alumni Book Club, Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts, 29 March "Neith Who? Recovering a Literary Heroine," presented at Brown University as part of women's history month, sponsored by the Sarah Doyle Women's Center, 18 March Phone: ()
The Modern World of Neith Boyce: Autobiography and Diaries Carol DeBoer-Langworthy. Compiled from holograph and typed witnesses in the American Literature Collection of Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, this edition of Boyce's lifewriting supports her reputation as a pioneer of literary : () Neith Boyce Hapgood (Ma - Franklin, Indiana December 2, - Richmond, New Hampshire) was a United States novelist and playwright. She married Hutchins Hapgood on J Together with Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook, and others, they founded the Provincetown Players/5. , English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: The modern world of Neith Boyce: autobiography and diaries / [edited by] Carol DeBoer-Langworthy. Boyce, Neith, Get this edition. The Modern World of Neith Boyce: Autobiography and Diaries, edited by Carol DeBoer-Langworthy, University of New Mexico Press, , pp. Heller, Adele and Rudnick, Lois. “Introduction.” The Cultural Moment: The New Politics, the New Woman, the New Psychology, the New Art, and the New Theatre in America, edited by Adele Heller.
— Carol DeBoer-Langworthy, editor of The Modern World of Neith Boyce: Autobiography and Diaries Judith E. Barlow is Professor of English and Women’s Studies at the University at Albany–SUNY. Her books include Plays by American Women: –; Plays by American Women: –; and Final Acts: The Creation of Three Late O’Neill Plays. The dust jacket promises that DeBoer-Langworthy's work on Boyce will result in our receiving "a lost treasure," which surely will be "engrossing." How delight-ful it is that the writer of such high praise actually understates the value of The Modern World of Neith Boyce. + Axel Schalk and Christian E. Rochow, eds. Splitter: Sondierungen zum. Neith / ˈ n iː. ɪ θ / (Koinē Greek: Νηΐθ, a borrowing of the Demotic form Ancient Egyptian: nt, likely originally nrt "she is the terrifying one"; also spelled Nit, Net, or Neit) was an early ancient Egyptian deity who was said to be the first and the prime creator. She was said to be the creator of the universe and all it contains, and she governs how it t: Khnum, Set. NEITH BOYCE HAPGOOD () Neith Boyce Hapgood, author, was born on Ma in Franklin, Indiana, the daughter of Henry Harrison and Mary Ella Smith Boyce. She spent her formative years primarily in Los Angeles where her father, a former Union captain in the Civil War, was part-owner of the Los Angeles mother was one of the founders of the .