The Kingdom of Redonda, 1865-1990

a celebration
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Aylesford Press , Upton, Wirral, Cheshire
Shiel, M. P. 1865-1947 -- Criticism and interpretation, Gawsworth, John, 1912-1970 -- Criticism and interpretation, Redonda (Antigua and Barbuda) in literature, Geographical myths in liter
Statementedited by Paul de Fortis for the Redondan Cultural Foundation ; with contributions by Roger Dobson ... [et al.] ; and with a foreword by His Majesty the King of Redonda.
ContributionsDe Fortis, Paul., Dobson, Roger., Redondan Cultural Foundation.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6037.H524 Z75 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination105 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1638574M
ISBN 10186995517X, 1869955161
LC Control Number91190975

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The Kingdom of Redonda is the name for the micronation associated with the tiny uninhabited Caribbean island of Redonda. The island lies between the islands of Nevis and Montserrat, within the inner arc of the Leeward Islands chain, in the West a is legally a dependency of the country of Antigua and island is just over one mile ( km) long and one Official languages: Spanish, English.

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I was reminded of this curiosity by discovering the book ‘The Kingdom of Redonda ’, edited by the late Revd Viscount Paul de Fortis, Baron Montclar, and published shortly before his untimely death in (de Fortis was an Anglican priest and a French nobleman, an unusual combination).

It deals with an island in the West Indies, near St Kitts and Nevis, first claimed. The Kingdom Of RedondaThe Aylesford Press,1st Edition, Limited A paperback with dust jacket like new. This copy celebrating the years of the kingdom's history.

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THE KINGDOM OF REDONDA A Celebration Edited by Paul de Fortis for The Redondan Cultural Foundation with contributions by Roger Dobson, Lawrence Durrell, Paul de Fortis, Christopher Martin, Count Potocki of Montalk and Julie Speedie and with a Foreword by His Majesty the King of Redonda.

The Kingdom of Redonda – by Paul de Fortis and Others. () () Of the world’s approximately sovereign states, by no means the smallest or most obscure is Redonda, an uninhabited Caribbean island with a King and government in Europe. The Kingdom of Redonda is the name for the micronation associated with the tiny uninhabited Caribbean island of Redonda.

The island lies between the islands of Nevis and Montserrat, within the inner arc of the Leeward Islands chain, in the West a is currently legally a dependency of the country of Antigua and island is just over one mile long and a. A revised and annotated version, first published in the original edition of Morse’s book, Notes on My Friend John Gawsworth: ", pp 23, discussing the legend at This chapter was reprinted in The Kingdom of Redonda.

In his description of the Realm of Redonda he writes, "The country was described in a novel by Laurence [sic] Durrell, 'Kingdom of Plaice'." (p. ) I've tried to search for this novel, with no luck. Durrell is clearly linked to Redonda (see Here), but I can find no mention of him writing about it.

The misspelling of Durrell's name and the. The Redonda Legend: A Bibliography By John D. Squires [Working draft as of 7/25/00] A. The Shiel Years () Shiel, M. P., "About Myself" in The Novels of M. Shiel, London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd, [], a pamphlet issued to promote reissues of Shiel’s novels.

[Reprinted in A. Morse, The Works of M. Shiel, Volume III, The Shielography Updated, part two, Cleveland:.

He was also the Editor of the Redonda Cultural Foundation newsletter, a contributor to the book “The Kingdom of Redonda ”, the writer of the BBC radio programme “The Island with Too Many Kings”, and the person who tracked down Queen Maggie, great-granddaughter of King Matthew.

6 For memoirs of Gawsworth and details about the history of Redonda, see Paul De Fortis (ed.), The Kingdom of Redonda, A Celebration (Wirral: Aylesford Press, ).

7 Lawrence Durrell, ‘Some Notes on My Friend John Gawsworth’ in Fortis, Kingdom of Redonda, p. 30 The Kingdom of Redonda Anon. ms; on book of that name. 31 The Mentioning D. Lewis vi 32 Baron Corvo, Prolegomena to a Reassessment—Part I Alexandra Zaina ar [Baron Corvo] 45 Count Stenbock, Storyteller Mark.

The Kingdom of Redonda, a celebration (Book)When the rat race is over: an essay in honour of the fiftieth birthday of John Gawsworth by Hugh MacDiarmid (Book); Galsworthy and Gawsworth by Dylan Thomas (Book). La ĉi-suba teksto estas aŭtomata traduko de la artikolo Kingdom of Redonda article en la angla Vikipedio, farita per la sistemo GramTrans on Eventualaj ŝanĝoj en la angla originalo estos kaptitaj per regulaj retradukoj.

Se vi volas enigi tiun artikolon en la originalan Esperanto-Vikipedion, vi povas uzi nian specialan redakt-interfacon. Archival Sources The biggest collections of Stephen Graham’s manuscripts and letters can be found in the Harry Ransom Center (University of Texas) and the Strozier Library (Florida State University).

Graham was not systematic in the way he wrote or recorded his thoughts. I have therefore in the text, when using material from the Harry Ransom Center and Strozier Library.

Aklo [(#1) Spring ] ed. Mark Valentine & Roger Dobson (64pp, cover by Alan Hunter) Details supplied by Douglas A. Anderson. 3 Introduction Mark Valentine & Roger Dobson in 5 The Dream of a Great Romance: A Preface to the Chronicle of Clemendy Arthur Machen ar ; from The Chronicle of Clemendy (Carbonnek).

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6 For memoirs of Gawsworth and details about the history of Redonda, see Paul De Fortis (ed.), The Kingdom of Redonda, A Celebration (Wirral: Aylesford Press, ).

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