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silent traveller in Oxford
|Statement||written and illustrated by Chiang Yee.|
|LC Classifications||DA690 O98 C5|
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The Silent Traveller in Oxford book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Looking at the city and its historic university with /5(2). First published inThe Silent Traveller in Oxford evokes a wartime city of shortages and blackouts.
It also captures an earlier age of university life, when students drank sherry and scaled college walls to escape prowling Bulldogs. Illustrated with the author's own sketches, engravings, and calligraphy, this book is both an atmospheric /5(5).
First published inThe Silent Traveller in Oxford evokes a wartime city of shortages and blackouts. It also captures an earlier age of university life, when students drank sherry and scaled college walls to escape prowling Bulldogs.
Illustrated with the author's own sketches, engravings, and calligraphy, this book is both an atmospheric /5(5). The Silent Traveller in Oxford by Chiang Yee and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chiang, Yee, Silent traveller in Oxford. London: Methuen, (OCoLC) Document Type. First published inThe Silent Traveller in Oxford evokes a wartime city of shortages and blackouts. It also captures an earlier age of university life, when students drank sherry and scaled college walls to escape prowling Bulldogs.
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Exiled from China in and separated from his wife and children, Chiang Yee spent over 40 years away from his homeland. Adopting the name The Silent Traveller, he threw himself into his passionswriting, painting and poetryand produced some of the most evocative, unique and enduring travel books ever written.4/5.
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The information and the knowledge you may got here is fresh from your. The Silent Traveller in London is a book by the Chinese author Chiang Yee. It covers his pre-war experience in London, the capital city of England and the United book is illustrated by the author with colour and monochrome plates in a Chinese style.
The book was originally published by Country Life in London. Second and third impressions were published in and a fourth. His first was The Silent Traveller: a Chinese Artist in Lakeland (), written from a journal of a fortnight in the English Lake District in August Others followed: The Silent Traveller in London (), the The Silent Traveller in the Yorkshire Dales (), and The Silent Traveller in Oxford ().
The Silent Traveller in Oxford. Book Binding:Paperback. Number of Pages Year Published See details - The Silent Traveller in Oxford by Silent traveller in Oxford book Yee Memoir England UK Godfrey Hodgson.
See all 2 pre-owned listings. Watch. Sold by sedonajeepdriver % Positive feedback Contact seller. When I encountered the work of Chiang Yee () writing as ‘The Silent Traveller’ I knew I had discovered a kindred spirit in self-effacement. These fine illustrations are from his book ‘The Silent Traveller in London’ published in and I am fascinated by his.
Time-Mellowed Cloisters; THE SILENT TRAVELLER IN OXFORD. By Chiang Yee. Illustrated by the author. New York: Trans-atlantic Arts. $ Chiang Yee is mostly known in academic circles for his book Chinese Calligraphy, and to the general public for the Silent Traveller series of illustrated travel guides, which described several major cities (London, Paris, New York, Oxford) through the eyes of a Chinese immigrant.
After fifty years in London and New York, he returned to China. Below is a list of books about Oxford or written in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. The city of Oxford has generated and inspired much literature.
Other book series associated with Oxford include A Staircase in Surrey, a five-novel series, The Silent Traveller in Oxford (Chiang Yee, ) Brideshead Revisited (Evelyn Waugh, ).
The Silent Traveller in the Yorkshire Dales, by Chiang Yee. October 5, at am (Anglophilia, books, Travel) Chiang Yee, a writer and painter, was born in in Jiujiang, China.
Inhe journeyed to England, leaving behind his wife and children. He lived there untilduring which time wrote a series of travel books. During this time he wrote a successful series of illustrated travelogues using the pen name ‘Yaxingzhe’ or ‘Silent Traveller’. The books describe Chiang Yee’s life in London and Oxford during the turbulent years of the Second World War and record his travels to the.
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Third edition, first print hardback of THE SILENT TRAVELLER IN OXFORD by Chiang Yee and published by Methuen & Co. Ltd in Signed 'With Best Wishes' by Yee (in both English and Chinese) on the title Libris plate attached to the front pastedown and a previous owner's initials and date in the bottom corner of the title page.
Buy This Book in Print summary This is the true story of Chiang Yee, a renowned writer, artist, and worldwide traveler, best known for the Silent Traveller seriesùstories of England, the United States, Ireland, France, Japan, and Australiaùall written in his humorous, delightfully refreshing, and Author: Da Zheng.
A young man arrives in England in the s, knowing few words of the English language. Yet, two years later he writes a successful English book on Chinese art, and within the following decade publishes more than a dozen others.
This is the true story of Chiang Yee, a renowned writer, artist, and worldwide traveler, best known for the Silent Traveller series--stories of England, the United.
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How lovely to see these. I grew up with my parent's copies of the Silent Traveller books, and used to love reading them, for their gentle humour and insights, and the beautiful illustrations, in which scenes looked both familiar and mysterious.
They were the first Chinese art I ever saw. Chiang Yee came to Britain in and stayed for the next eighteen years, living for most of his sojourn in northern Oxford.
During the s, Chiang Yee became the prolific author of the Silent Traveller series of books, much loved for their Chinese perspective on Britain’s landscapes and people.
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