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Remembering Henry Williamson:
December 1, 1895 to August 13, 1977

NPG x88241; Henry Williamson by Mark Gerson73 words

In commemoration of the birthday of English novelist Henry Williamson, I wish to draw your attention to two articles on this site:

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T. E. Lawrence (“Lawrence of Arabia”)

Thomas Edward Lawrence, 1888–1935

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T. E. Lawrence was born in North Wales on 15 August 1888. He was the illegitimate son of Sir Thomas Chapman, an Anglo-Irish baronet. His mother was Scottish. He became a legend in his own time as Lawrence of Arabia — a brilliant active life which ended in a motorcycle “accident” when he was only 46. Read more …

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La vie de T. E. Lawrence (dit « Lawrence d’Arabie »)

Thomas Edward Lawrence, 1888–1935

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T. E. Lawrence naquit dans le nord du Pays de Galles le 15 août 1888. Il était le fils illégitime de Sir Thomas Chapman, un baron anglo-irlandais. Sa mère était écossaise. Il devint une légende de son vivant sous le nom de Lawrence d’Arabie – une vie active et brillante qui prit fin dans un « accident » de moto alors qu’il n’avait que 46 ans. Read more …

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Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence

Kerry Bolton
Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence
Edited by Greg Johnson
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2012
210 pages

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Greg Johnson Interviewed on Eco-Fascism on The Stark Truth

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Greg Johnson was interviewed on “eco-fascism” by Robert Stark on The Stark Truth. Topics include the definition of fascism, Savitri Devi, Martin Heidegger, Pentti Linkola, Read more …

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Remembering Henry Williamson:
December 1, 1895 to August 13, 1977

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In commemoration of the birthday of English novelist Henry Williamson, I wish to draw your attention to two articles on this site:

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Henry Williamson

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Henry Williamson's hut at Ox's Cross in Devon

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This much-expanded version of a previously-published essay on Henry Williamson is chapter 9 of Kerry Bolton’s Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence, Read more …

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Remembering Henry Williamson:
December 1, 1895 to August 13, 1977

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In commemoration of the birthday of English novelist Henry Williamson, I wish to draw your attention to two articles on this site:

Henry Williamson: Nature’s Visionary” by Mark Deavin

Henry Williamson” by Kerry Bolton

Williamson’s best known works are his nature novels for children of all ages, Tarka the Otter and Salar the Salmon.

For more information on Williamson’s life and work, see the website of The Henry Williamson Society.

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Henry Williamson: Nature’s Visionary

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The fact that the name of Henry Williamson is today so little known across the White world is a sad reflection of the extent to which Western man has allowed himself to be deprived of his culture and identity over the last 50 years. Until the Second World War Williamson was generally regarded as one of the great English Nature writers, possessing a unique ability to capture the essential essence and meaning of the natural world in all its variety and forms.

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Henry Williamson

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Henry Williamson was of the First World War generation from whose experiences emerged a new but eternal world-view. Williamson, like Knut Hamsun in Norway, saw man’s place in Nature as the ultimate source of one’s being, an idealization of nature as a reaction against the machine and the bank. The hope was of a new Springtime for the West in Spenglerian terms, the rural against the urban, the rootedness of the soil and of working the land against the nebulous city masses. It was what Spengler had called the final battle of “Civilization-Blood Against Money.”

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