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  1. Edward Carpenter 1844-1929: Prophet of Human Fellowship by Chushichi Tsuzuki, 2005-09-15
  2. The village and the landlord / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1907-01-01
  3. Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929: Democratic Author and Poet (Friends of Dr. Williams's Library. Lecture, 24th, 1970) by Edward Carpenter, 1970-01
  4. Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929 (Local studies leaflet) by Edward Hartley, 1979
  5. Biography - Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  6. Chants of labour : a song book of the people : with music / edited by Edward Carpenter; with 2 designs by Walter Crane by Edward (1844-1929). Walter Crane (ill.) Carpenter, 1922
  7. The intermediate sex : a study of some transitional types of men and women / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1930-01-01
  8. Loves coming-of-age by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1927-01-01
  9. From Adam's peak to Elephanta: sketches in Ceylon and India - [Contents: Ceylon.--A visit to a gnani.--India.--The old order and the new influences] by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1904
  10. EnglandÃ?¯Ã'¿Ã'½s ideal, and other papers on social subjects / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1887
  11. The intermediate sex : a study of some transitional types of men and women / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1912-01-01
  12. Towards democracy. Complete in four parts. By Edward Carpenter. by Carpenter. Edward. 1844-1929., 1912-01-01
  13. My days and dreams. being autobiographical notes. by Edward Carp by Carpenter. Edward. 1844-1929., 1916-01-01
  14. The writings of Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929: A survey with notes on their availability by Jonathan Cutbill, 1980

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Subjects AB C-E F-L M-Z. Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) page1 Edward Carpenter, a champion of both women's and homosexuals' liberation, was one of the great socialist visionaries
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Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929)
page: Edward Carpenter, a champion of both women's and homosexuals' liberation, was one of the great socialist visionaries of England at the turn of the twentieth century. Carpenter was born in England in 1844. His family was of the upwardly situated middle class, and his father, Charles, a former naval commander, earned a living as a lawyer and through investments in American and British railways. His mother, Sophia, patterned herself after the stereotypical vision of the placid Victorian housewife and spent her time tending to Edward and his six sisters. In 1881, she passed away, and Charles died a year later. Carpenter died at Guildford in 1929. Sponsor Message.
These rather typical details do not foreshadow the role Carpenter was to build for himself in Britain, for by the time of his death, he was to be thought of as one of the great socialist visionaries of England and a champion of both women's and homosexuals' liberation. Carpenter's life began to follow the course prescribed by his privileged station. He was educated at Oxford and Cambridge, and in 1868, began a career as a lecturer at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. During his second year, he was elected a clerical fellow and ordained a deacon.

2. Carpenter, Edward [1844-1929]
Title Carpenter, Edward 18441929. Author Kantrowitz, Arnie. Print Source JR LeMaster and Donald D. Kummings, eds., Walt Whitman

3. Edward Carpenter
Established himself as a poet of democracy and socialism with books like Towards Democracy, and England's Ideal. He also wrote socialist songs and hymns such as England Arise! that were used by the Labour Church movement in the 1890s. (18441929)
Edward Carpenter
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Edward Carpenter , the son of Lieutenant Charles Carpenter, was born in Brighton on 29th August, 1844. The Carpenters were very much a naval family. Both of Edward's grandfathers were naval officers and one of them reached the rank of admiral.
After studying at Brighton College , Carpenter entered Trinity Hall, Cambridge in 1864. He was ordained in 1870 and was appointed as curate of the Church of St. Edward. Frederick Denison Maurice , the leader of the Christian Socialist movement, was the minister at the church and he had a profound influence of Carpenter's political opinions. Soon after becoming a curate he joined the Republican Club, led by Henry Fawcett , the husband of Millicent Fawcett , and the future leader of the NUWSS
In 1874 Edward Carpenter left the Church and became a lecturer on astronomy, science and music for the recently established University Extension Scheme. This teaching involved visiting Northern industrial towns and cities.

4. Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) English
HighBeam Research, Free Preview 'Carpenter, Edward (18441929)' Full Membership required for unlimited access. Comprehensive archive of newspapers, magazines, trade journals, TV and radio Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts

5. The Following Pieces Are Selected From JR LeMaster And Donald D.
Hutchinson, George and David Drews, Specimen Days 1882. • Kantrowitz, Arnie, Carpenter, Edward 18441929. • Kantrowitz

6. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Authors > C > Carpenter, Edward,
Author Carpenter, Edward, 18441929 Keywords Authors C Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929; Titles N ; Subject History - General Eastern.

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Wells; Carpenter, Edward, 1844; Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929; Carpenter, John C. Carr, Annie Roe; Carrie V. Shuman; Carroll, Lewis, 1832

8. Never Again!
Never Again! Carpenter, Edward, 18441929 Edward, 1844-1929 Carpenter

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Carpenter, Edward (18441929). The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts 01-01-1998 Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) English socialist and writer.

10. Edward Carpenter Adrian Hastings CANTUAR: THE ARCHBISHOPS IN THEIR OFFICE
Archbishops in Their Office. Carpenter, Edward ; CANTUAR THE ARCHBISHOPS IN Edward Carpenter. EDITION Carpenter BREATH OF LIGHT. Edward Carpenter, 18441929 democratic author and
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8. Carpenter, Edward (18441929) The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts; January 1, 1998 Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) English socialist and writer.

12. Edward Carpenter - English Poet And Writer
Page 1. Edward Carpenter. (18441929) English writer and poet, Edward Carpenter, the English poet, has been described as a mystic, prophet
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English writer
and poet Edward Carpenter , the English poet, has been described as a mystic, prophet, reformer, socialist and philosopher, possessed of moral courage, gentle and sensitive in spirit. Peter Ouspensky, the Russian mystic and philosopher, corresponded with Edward Carpenter and translated one of Carpenter's works: "Love and Death - a study of human evolution and transfiguration" This was published in Petrograd in 1915. Walt Whitman, whom Carpenter visited, described him as "one of the torchbearers; an exemplar of a loftier England" and later "Carpenter is one of the altogether beautiful people who have made me welcome on earth". "One could not see Edward Carpenter, even in old age, without being enthralled at once by his beauty of person and beauty of voice. He seemed to radiate beauty because he had valued beauty and had stored it up in his soul all his life." (Edward J Dent) Photographs: Page 2. The young Edward Carpenter with his father and mother
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Edward Carpenter - about 1875
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13. The Treasure Chest
Take a look! Edward Carpenter (18441929) A 12 page tribute to Edward Carpenter the English poet and writer, and contemporary of Walt Whitman.
Suggested Reading
websites to delight the heart BIOGRAPHY OF MARY CASSATT
Mary Cassatt - one of the first great, female American painters. A brief biography, beautiful paintings, critics views, plus interesting contemporary news items regarding her life and times. SELF HELP COLOR THERAPY
Change your state! Information, experiments color history color research and book reviews. Try some FREE self help color therapy at this interactive site! WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE QUOTES
Ever found yourself wishing you could find just the right Shakespeare quote to express your feelings? These quotations have been specially selected to inspire you. Take a look! EDWARD CARPENTER (1844-1929)
A 12 page tribute to Edward Carpenter the English poet and writer, and contemporary of Walt Whitman. Includes links, anecdotes, bibliography, poetry and 13 unique photographs from Edward Carpenter's life. THE FOURTH WAY
Provides a concise overview, not found elsewhere, of George Gurdjieff's fourth way system for personal evolution. PHYSIOGNOMY / PERSONOLOGY
The study of physiognomy has a long history. Take a fresh look at the study of human ability, potential, character and future prospects through the study of physical characteristics, especially face reading. HOW TO WRITE JOKES
Guidelines for how to write jokes plus comedy writing tips, includes book reviews, writing for greetings cards, drawing cartoons etc

14. April, By Edward Carpenter
Complete text of the poem by Edward Carpenter. by Edward Carpenter (18441929) APRIL, month of Nymphs and Fauns and Cupids MORE POEMS BY Edward Carpenter. RELATED LINKS
APRIL by: Edward Carpenter (1844-1929)
    APRIL, month of Nymphs and Fauns and Cupids,
    Month of the Sungod's kisses, Earth's sweet passion,
    Of fanciful winds and showers;
    Apollo, glorious over hill and dale
    Ethereally striding; grasses springing
    Rapt to his feet, buds bursting, flowers out-breathing
    Their liberated hearts in love to him.
    (The little black-cap garrulous on the willow
    Perching so prim, the crested chaffinch warbling,
    And primrose and celandine, anemone and daisy,
    Starring the tender herb which lambs already nibble.)
    Month of all-gathering warmth,
    Of breathless moments, hotter and hotter growing
    Smiles turned to fire, kisses to fierce earnest
    Of sultry swoons, pauses, and strange suspense
    (Clouds and daemonic thunder through the blue vault threateningly rolling);
    Then the delirious up-breakthe great fountains of the deep, in Sex,
    Loosened to pouring failing rushing waters;
    Shafts of wild light; and Sky and Earth in one another's arms
    Melted, and all of Heaven spent in streams of love

15. Project Gutenberg Titles By Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929
Project Gutenberg Titles by. Carpenter, Edward, 18441929., Edwar

16. Edward Carpenter (1844-1929)
Edward Carpenter (18441929). Edward Carpenter was a pioneering socialist and radical prophet of a new age of fellowship in which
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) Edward Carpenter was a pioneering socialist and radical prophet of a new age of fellowship in which social relations would be transformed by a new spiritual consciousness. The way he lived his life, perhaps even more than his extensive writings, was the essence of his message. It is perhaps not surprising that his reputation faded quickly after his death, as he lived much of his life modestly spreading his message by personal contact and example rather than by major literary works or through a national political career. He has been described as having that unusual combination of qualities: charisma with modesty. His ideas became immensely influential during the early years of the Socialist movement in Britain: perhaps Carpenter's most widely remembered legacy to the Socialist and Co-operative movements was his anthem England Arise ! but it is his writings on the subject of homosexuality and his open espousal of this identity that makes him unique.
Leaves of Grass . Whitman's democratic poetry provided the spark that set Carpenter on the path of socialism and which led to the extraordinary changes in his life.
In 1873, while returning from Cannes, a vision of a different life flashed before him

17. ECC Home Page - Gay Men's Weeks: Residentials In The Country
We chose the name in honour of Edward Carpenter (18441929), a utopian gay man who lived for much of his life in a large rural house amongst a group of his
ECC The Edward Carpenter Community Home Page - Welcome *What's New*
ECC Home

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About the Edward Carpenter Community
We are glad that you have found the Edward Carpenter Community (ECC) which is a group of gay men committed to caring, trusting, personal growth, sharing, creativity and other principles and intentions aimed at nurturing 'community'. ECC is a non-profit organisation run voluntarily by gay men for gay men. ECC organises events for gay men to get together in a supportive environment as an alternative to the commercial scene. These pages gives information about ECC as well as details on how to become a member of ECC. We hope that you will decide to join us.
Gay Men's Weeks: residentials in the country
The main activity of the Edward Carpenter Community at the moment is running (and attending!) Gay Men's Weeks (and weekends, etc). These are residential events in large houses in the country, mostly in SW Scotland, and in and around the Lake District. Follow these links for:
How we started
Well, originally it was a housing co-op

18. Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), Writer On Social Subjects
Edward Carpenter (18441929), Writer on social subjects Sitter in 5 portraits Writer and advocate of libertarian beliefs; after a brief career at Cambridge

19. NPG 2447; Edward Carpenter
Sitter Edward Carpenter (18441929), Writer on social subjects. Sitter in 5 portraits. Artist Roger Fry (1866-1934), Critic and painter.

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