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Very few are evenhanded and honest enough to include material that is of doubtful value to the anthologist but which is nonetheless representative of significant developments or strands of opinion that require the serious reader's attention.
Drake & Morgan will open The Anthologist, another all-day drinking and dining spot, inside the One St Peter's Square development this summer.
The Anthologist will be Drake & Morgan's second site in the city centre, the 'big sister' to The Refinery in Spinningfields.
The interior has a warm and cosy feel, but The Anthologist is also taking full advantage of the warm weather with its alfresco dining terrace.
African-Canadian poet, playwright and anthologist, and current
The third category--which provides us with the earliest examples of the anthologist's activity and the word itself, from the Greek anthologia `gathered flowers'--is the collection intended (like the fifth century B.
Greek Orthodox scholar, anthologist, and polemicist.
(1925 - ) English author, anthologist, and critic, primarily involved with science fiction.
One pressing problem for the anthologist is to strike the right balance between the number of voices to be included and the amount of space then devoted to each.
| 67 Great Ancoats St, Manchester M4 5AB | | Opening mid-August, date TBC The Anthologist, St Peter's Square From the same stable as Spinningfields bar The Refiner, The Anthologist is now open at One St Peter's Square - bearing many of the slick hallmarks of its big sister across the city.
(1885 - 1977) American poet and anthologist. Untermeyer is widely known for over fifty - six anthologies, which include Modern American Poetry (1919), The Book of Living Verse (1932), A Treasury of Great Humor (1972), and Fifty Modern American and British Poets (1973).
Written by a literature professor and a prolific writer, translator, anthologist, poet, bibliographer, story writer, critic, and essayist, this jewel of a book is yet another sign of Mihailovic's versatility.