2 edition of Arthur Koestler. found in the catalog.
John Alfred Atkins
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PR6021.O4 Z58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||56058637|
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May 25, · Arthur Koestler is barely remembered these days but in the midth century, he was more famous, more often quoted and more debated than possibly any other journalist in either America or Europe.
He was the Tom Friedman of his day. Unlike Friedman, Koestler was a journalist who believed in political action as the necessary cohort of good journalism.
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Koestler spent his early years in Vienna and Palestine. He was an influential Communist journalist in Berlin in the early s, traveled through the Soviet Union, and moved to Paris.
Arthur Koestler, Hungarian-born British novelist, journalist, and critic, best known for his novel Darkness at Noon (). Koestler attended the University of Vienna before entering journalism. Serving as a war correspondent for the British newspaper News Chronicle during the Spanish Civil War.
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Arthur Koestler’s classic story of Stalinist purges has hitherto been known through an incomplete translation by his girlfriend – until a student found the original in an archive.
Review of Arthur Koestler's Book The Thirteenth Tribe by Grace Halsell. The Jews of Khazaria by Kevin Alan Brook. universityofthephoenix.com: A Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine.
CLICK ON PICTURE TO DOWNLOAD PDF (kb) ABOUT THE BOOK The Thirteenth Tribe is a book that attempts to explain the origins of Eastern Europe's Jewish. Arthur Koestler. COMMENTARY. Between heaven and hell. Arthur Koestler belongs to the class of Western intellectuals in the s who started off on the left, lauding the Soviet Union and supporting communist causes, only to disavow these politics in mid-century.
Koestler was a Middle East correspondent for several German newspapers, wrote for the Manchester Guardian, the London Times and the New York Herald Tribune. Koestler wrote Darkness at Noon, which centers on the destructiveness of politics, The Act of Creation, a book about creativity, and The Ghost in the Machine, which bravely attacks behaviorism/5(3).
That novelist was Arthur Koestler, and the book that the Moscow Trials inspired him to write was “Darkness at Noon,” which became one of the most important political novels of the twentieth.
When Arthur Koestler killed himself in Marchhe left a suicide note in which he expressed “some timid hopes for a depersonalised after-life.” Whether or not he has attained this (and whether, if depersonalized, you are aware that what you are experiencing is an afterlife, or any other sort of life), he has certainly [ ].
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Details of other book reviews of The Thirteenth Tribe. The Medieval Jewish Kingdom of the Khazars, universityofthephoenix.com: A Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine. Oct 01, · George Orwell's excellent essay about Koestler is readily available on the Internet (google `arthur koestler orwell').
Darkness at Noon was the middle book of an unusual trilogy of loosely related subjects: Gladiators and Arrival and Departure (20th Century Classics).Cited by: Arthur Koestler, best known for his world-famous novel Darkness at Noon, stands as a cultural beacon in the post world.
Along with Sartre, Camus and Orwell, he helped to shape the ideas of today. This major reassessment, based on groundbreaking and comprehensive research, sets Koestler's life and thoughts against the tumultuous century he chronicled and explores fully for the first time 2/5(1).Arthur Koestler differentiates habit from originality, via Brain Pickings But Arthur Koestler, in his seminal anatomy of creativity, The Act Of Creation (public library), argues that besides connection, the cr.
How creativity works – associative vs. bisociative thought, or habit vs.