John Middleton Murry - Works


  • Fyodor Dostoevsky: A Critical Study (1916)
  • Still Life (1916) novel
  • Poems: 1917-18 (1918)
  • The Critic in Judgement (1919)
  • The Evolution of an Intellectual (1920)
  • Aspects of Literature (1920), revised edition 1945
  • Cinnamon & Angelica (1920) verse drama
  • Poems: 1916-1920 (1921)
  • Countries of the Mind (1922)
  • Pencillings (1922)
  • The Problem of Style (1922)
  • The Things We Are (1922) novel
  • Wrap Me Up in My Aubusson Carpet (1924)
  • The Voyage (1924) novel
  • Discoveries (1924)
  • To the Unknown God (1925)
  • Keats and Shakespeare (1925)
  • The Life of Jesus (1926)
  • Journal of Katherine Mansfield (1927) editor
  • The Letters of Katherine Mansfield (1928) editor
  • Things to Come (1928)
  • God: An Introduction to the Science of Metabiology (1929)
  • D .H. Lawrence (1930)
  • Son of Woman: The Story of D. H. Lawrence (1931)
  • Studies in Keats (1931)
  • The Necessity of Communism (1932)
  • Reminiscences of D.H. Lawrence (1933)
  • William Blake (1933)
  • The Biography of Katherine Mansfield (1933) with Ruth E. Mantz
  • Between Two Worlds (1935) (autobiography)
  • Marxism (1935)
  • Shakespeare (1936)
  • The Necessity of Pacifism (1937)
  • Heaven and Earth (1938)
  • Heroes of Thought (1938)
  • The Pledge of Peace (1938)
  • The Defence of Democracy (1939)
  • The Price of Leadership (1939)
  • Europe in Travail (1940)
  • The Betrayal of Christ by the Churches (1940)
  • Christocracy (1942)
  • Adam and Eve (1944)
  • 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)
  • The Mystery of Keats (1949)
  • John Clare and other Studies (1950)
  • The Conquest of Death (1951)
  • Community Farm (1952)
  • Jonathan Swift (1955)
  • Unprofessional Essays (1956)
  • Love, Freedom and Society (1957)
  • Not as the Scribes (1959)
  • John Middleton Murry: Selected Criticism 1916-1957 (1960) editor Richard Rees

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    They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in great waters, these see the works of the Lord and his wonders in the deep.
    Bible: Hebrew Psalms 107:23-24.

    That man’s best works should be such bungling imitations of Nature’s infinite perfection, matters not much; but that he should make himself an imitation, this is the fact which Nature moans over, and deprecates beseechingly. Be spontaneous, be truthful, be free, and thus be individuals! is the song she sings through warbling birds, and whispering pines, and roaring waves, and screeching winds.
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    Most young black females learn to be suspicious and critical of feminist thinking long before they have any clear understanding of its theory and politics.... Without rigorously engaging feminist thought, they insist that racial separatism works best. This attitude is dangerous. It not only erases the reality of common female experience as a basis for academic study; it also constructs a framework in which differences cannot be examined comparatively.
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