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John Middleton Murry

John Middleton MurryBorn: 6-Aug-1889
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 13-Mar-1957
Location of death: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Critic

Nationality: England
Executive summary: The Story of D. H. Lawrence

Wife: Katherine Mansfield (met 1911, m. 1918, one son)
Wife: Violet de Maistre (m. 1924)
Son: John Middleton Murry (novelist, "Richard Cowper", b. 1926, d. 2002)
Wife: Elizabeth Cockbayne (m. 1932)
Wife: Mary Gamble (m. 1954)

    University: Oxford University

    Athenaeum Editor (1919-21)
    Adelphi Editor (1923-48)

Author of books:
Fyodor Dostoyevsky: A Study (1916, criticism)
Still Life (1916)
Poems: 1917-18 (1918, poetry)
The Evolution of an Intellectual (1920)
Countries of the Mind: Essays in Literary Criticism (1922)
Wrap Me Up in My Aubusson Carpet (1924)
The Problems of Style (1925)
Keats And Shakespeare: A Study of Keats' Poetic Life from 1816 to 1820 (1925)
Journals (1927)
Things to Come (1928)
Son of Woman: The Story of D. H. Lawrence (1931, criticism)
Countries of the Mind: Essays in Literary Criticism (1931)
The Necessity of Communism (1932)
William Blake (1933)
Between Two Worlds (1935, memoir)
Marxism (1935)
Heaven and Earth (1938)
The Defence of Democracy (1939)
The Price of Leadership (1939)
Aspects of Literature (1945)
The Free Society (1948)
Looking Before and After: A Collection of Essays (1948)
The Challenge of Schweitzer (1948)
Katherine Mansfield and Other Literary Portraits (1949, criticism)
The Mystery of Keats (1949)
Unprofessional Essays (1956)
The Conquest of Death (1951)
Jonathan Swift (1955)
Love, Freedom and Society (1957)

Wrote plays:
Cinnamon & Angelica (1920)

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