By Owen Barfield, Jeanne Clayton Hunter, Thomas Kranidas
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As a child he absorbed the skepticism of his parents, and as a boy observed his mother's ardent feminism with detachment, a detachment that grew later into distaste. Barfield's personal discipline was shaped by this rather rigorous and intellectual family life. ) But there are tender and loving portraits too, of his mother in "The Silent Piano" and, more ominously, in "Medusa"; and of his sister, who was partially deaf, in the unpublished novel, English People. In that novel, in the character of Janet Trinder, Barfield explores to an unprecedented extent the terrible experience of stammering.
26. Saving the Appearances, 16-17. 27. Poetic Diction, 36. 28. Romanticism Comes of Age, 226. 29. Orpheus: A Poetic Drama, ed. by John C. Ulreich, Jr. (West Stockbridge, MA: Lindisfarne Press, 1983). Ulreich's Afterword is an important statement on Barfield's work. 30. The Marion E. Wade Collection of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois is the American repository of Barfield material. The "Mother of Pegasus" (original title) typescript is on loan in the collection. An annotated copy of "The Unicorn" is in the possession of Jeanne Clayton Hunter.
Day" was first published in The Challenge, Feb. ). "Dope" was published in The Criterion I, (July 1923), 322-28. 14. For the exchange of letters between Barfield and Eliot, see Thomas Kranidas, "The Defiant Lyricism of Owen Barfield," VII: An Anglo-American Literary Review VI, 1985, 23-24. 15. " T. E. Hulme, in Speculations, ed. by Herbert Read (London: Kegan Paul, 1936). Hulme died in 1917, and Speculations first appeared in 1924. 16. Owen Barfield, Romanticism Comes of Age (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1944; new and augmented edition, 1966), 10.
A Barfield sampler: poetry and fiction by Owen Barfield, Jeanne Clayton Hunter, Thomas Kranidas