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Joyce Cary

Joyce Cary (born Arthur Joyce Lunel Cary, December 7, 1888 – March 29, 1957) was an Anglo-Irish novelist and artist.

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... Glass by Edward Gorey Hav by Jan Morris Herself Surprised by Joyce Cary A High Wind in Jamaica by Richard Hughes Hindoo Holiday by J ... Ackerley Hons and Rebels by Jessica Mitford The Horse's Mouth by Joyce Cary A House and Its Head by Ivy Compton-Burnett Ice Trilogy by Vladimir Sorokin ... A Time to Keep Silence by Patrick Leigh Fermor To Be a Pilgrim by Joyce Cary To Each His Own by Leonardo Sciascia To the Finland Station by Edmund Wilson The ...
Joyce Cary - Work
... Cary's mature work shows several consistent themes ... Joyce Cary has been quoted as saying that Mister Johnson was his favorite of his own books ... Johnson is one of Cary's joy-filled characters, possessor of a great energy that infects all around him ...

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    Religion is organized to satisfy and guide the soul—politics does the same thing for the body.
    Joyce Cary (1888–1957)

    The will is never free—it is always attached to an object, a purpose. It is simply the engine in the car—it can’t steer.
    —Joyce Cary (1888–1957)

    In Ireland they try to make a cat cleanly by rubbing its nose in its own filth. Mr. Joyce has tried the same treatment on the human subject. I hope it may prove successful.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)