2 edition of Sleeveless errand found in the catalog.
Norah C. James
|Statement||by Norah C. James.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.J2356 Sl, PR6019.A57 Sl|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 239,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||29010004|
Fool’s Errand Meaning. Definition: A pointless task. Origin of Fool’s Errand. This expression dates back to the s. However, a similar expression, a sleeveless errand, existed with the same meaning before that. It comes from the meaning of fool, a gullible person, and errand, a task.. Sometimes, experienced people at a job will send new people on a fool’s errand as a joke, or as a. Paris: Henry Babou and Jack Kahane, First Paris edition, 8vo, viii, , 1 pp. Library stamp to fly leaf - Librarie Jeux-Roulettes, Nice, occasional light foxing. Original buckram backed patterned boards, slight browning and rubbing to the lower edge of the upper cover, d.w. with a tear to the spine and slight loss, a couple of : Norah C. JAMES.
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Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Norah C James was my grandfathers cousin. There is a certain amount of pride and amusement in our family at having an ancestor whose book was banned under the Obscene Publications Act.
I have to say that from a literary point of view Sleeveless Errand is a pretty dreadful work/5. This edition of Sleeveless Errand sold briskly and, as the first book he published in Paris, "set Kahane's publishing enterprise on the course it would follow until its dissolution in " (Ford).
Precedes the creation of the Obelisk Press by two years. Ford, Published in. Sleeveless Errand Hardcover – January 1, by Norah C. James (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, 5/5(1).
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Define sleeveless. sleeveless synonyms, sleeveless pronunciation, sleeveless translation, English dictionary definition of sleeveless. A part of a garment that covers all or part of an arm.
"a sleeveless errand"; "a vain attempt" bootless, fruitless, futile, vain. unproductive - not producing or capable of producing; "elimination of. James did not stop to buy a copy of the paper, but she would later discover that it was her first novel, Sleeveless Errand, selling papers that day.
The night before, plain-clothes policemen had seized all copies of the book after Eric Partridge, the novel's publisher, unwillingly provided them with a list of "every bookseller to whom the book Cited by: 2. 'Sleeveless Errand' by Norah James InNorah James wrote her 'stream-of-consciousness' novel about two lovers who form a suicide pact.
Deemed obscene because of expressions such as 'b***s', 'bloody' and 'For Christ's sake give me a drink', the British Home secretary Sir William Joyson-Hicks prompted a raid on the premises of Scholartis. The strange tale of Norah C. James and her banned book, ‘Sleeveless Errand’ Known as ‘Jimmy’ to her friends and associates, Norah James officially became an.
This edition of Sleeveless Errand sold briskly and, as the first book he published in Paris, "set Kahane's publishing enterprise on the course it would follow until its dissolution in " (Ford). Precedes the creation of the Obelisk Press by two years.
Price: $Book Edition: First Paris Edition, With English Text. The first description of an April Fool’s sleeveless errand was described in a notice in the April 2 nd issue of Dawk’s News-Letter: “Several persons were sent to the Tower Ditch [i.e.
the Tower of London’s moat] to see the Lions washed.” One of the city’s great tourist destinations, visitors since the reign of Elizabeth I went. Norah C James is the author of books such as Sleeveless Errand.
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James's The Sleeveless Errand, a story about jaded heterosexual bohemians. The prosecutions of Hall's publisher in and James's early the following year were a response on the part of the authorities Cited by: 2. it was her first novel, Sleeveless Errand, selling papers that day.
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Norah C. James is the author of Sleeveless Errand ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), Double Take ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 revie /5. • In Norah C James published her first novel, Sleeveless Errand (Banned books week, Review, 30 September).
A few weeks later she found. 4 of the Oldest Pranks in the Book. BY Julie Winterbottom. April 1, ThinkStock. and sending someone on a “sleeveless errand” to buy a. Kahane got “Sleeveless Errand” and “The Well of Loneliness” on the rebound from publishers who had to eat their costs in Britain while he made a profit in France.
But he yearned for a Author: Louis Menand. Sleeveless by Joi Brozek and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 'Sleeveless answers' were those that gave no useful information and a 'sleeveless errand' was a fool's errand, often used to get someone out of the way.
The historian Raphael Holinshed used the expression in Chronicles, So as all men might thinke that his prince made small account of him, to send him on such a slevelesse errand. Of a garment, having no sleeves. (obsolete) Wanting a cover, pretext, or palliation; unreasonable; profitless; useless.William Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida, V.
iv. 8: might send that Greekish / whore-masterly villain with the sleeve back to the / dissembling luxurious drab of a sleeveless errand. The vexation of a sleeveless errand.