Published November 1990
by Paragon House .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||249|
Life is Painful, Nasty and Short. In My Case it Has Only Been Painful and Nasty: Djuna Barnes, [Hank O'NEAL] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Life Is Painful, Nasty & Short-- In My Case It Has Only Been Painful and Nasty: Djuna Barnes, An Informal Memoir Hank O'Neal, Author Paragon House Publishers $ (p) ISBN BARNES, Djuna. Born 12 June , Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York; died 19 June , Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Wrote under: "A Lady of Fashion," Lydia Steptoe Daughter of Wald and Elizabeth Chappell Barnes. Best known for her enigmatic and stylistically dazzling novel Nightwood (), Djuna Barnes is regarded as a totemic figure of literary modernism and a forceful if challenging poet of the. "Life is painful, nasty & short-- in my case it has only been painful & nasty": Djuna Barnes, an informal memoir by O'Neal, Hank.
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Djuna Barnes, Paul West (Afterword) avg rating — ratings — published — 9 editions/5(K). Djuna Barnes (J – J ) was an American poet, playwright, journalist, visual artist and short-story writer whose work continues to “beguile, excite and inspire readers”.   She is best known for her novel Nightwood (, England; United States), which is a masterpiece of high modernism.  In , Barnes began her career as a freelance journalist and Born: J , Storm King Mountain, New York. Djuna Barnes: A Bibliography. New York: David Lewis, Inc.. pp. Hank O'Neal. Life Is Painful, Nasty and Short In My Case It Has Only Been Painful and Nasty: Djuna Barnes, An Informal Memoir. New York: Paragon House. pp. Cheryl J. Plumb. Fancy's Craft: Art and Identity in the Early Works of Djuna Barnes. Of her first published collection, The Book of Repulsive Women (), Djuna Barnes said: “My first book of poems is a disgusting little item.” When, much later () a publisher asked to reprint some of her early work, Barnes responded: “I feel it is a grave disservice to letters to reissue merely because one may have a name for later work — or for that unfortunately praised earlier.