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My talks with Dean Spanley

by Lord Dunsany

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Published by Collins in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, London, Heinemann, 1936.

Statement[by] Lord Dunsany.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.D9248 My5, PR6007.U6 My5
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5343557M
ISBN 100002115352
LC Control Number72197747

It has been out five years &#; and is already a minor classic. Delicious whimsy based on sure understanding of the dog psychology. Here are the little tricks and schemes, the ideas and reasonings and thoughts that go on in the mind of one pet. . Or can it be that Dean Spanley must once have been a dog? This special edition includes Lord Dunsany’s witty and inventive novel, My Talks With Dean Spanley, together with Alan Sharp’s award-winning screenplay for the film starring Peter O’Toole and Sam Neill, which faithfully adapts and expands upon the events in the story/5(46).

England, Henslowe Fisk (Jeremy Northam) and his ailing father, Horatio Fisk (Peter O'Toole), decide to go to a lecture given by the Swami Nala Prash (Art Malik) on reincarnation, called ‘The Transmigration of Souls'. While there, they meet one Dean Spanley (Sam Neill) as well as Wrather (Bryan Brown), a self-described facilitator from the Colonies.   My Talks With Dean Spanley, first published in , is certainly Lord Dunsany's funniest book and, in its unique way, a remarkable tour de force. This special edition includes Lord Dunsany's witty and inventive original novel, as well as Alan Sharp's hilarious screenplay, which faithfully adapts and also expands upon the events in the : Pat Scattergood.

  Dean Spanley is affable, conventional and prudent – the very archetype of a bland churchman. Only his keen interest in the transmigration of souls and his obsession with dogs betray any shadow of eccentricity. But then, richly primed with a few glasses of Imperial Tokay, he begins to speak vividly of the joys of rabbiting, of rolling in fresh dung and of baying at the 5/5(1).   My Talks With Dean Spanley Sime called this one "When We Had Hunted the Moon Enough We Came Back Through the Wood", and it was the frontispiece for My Talks With Dean Spanley. Buy the book here, and if you haven't seen the movie then you are missing a treat, an oversight that you can rectify here.


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A first person narrative of a man who meets Dean Spanley, an elder minister, at his club and discovers the Dean has a strong belief in Reincarnation.

He begins to suspect the Dean has more than a belief, he may have actual memories of a past life and becomes determined to find out/5.

Don’t take this to mean that My Talks with Dean Spanley is bad. In its way, it’s just as good as the film.

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With Jeremy Northam, Sam Neill, Bryan Brown, Peter O'Toole. Set in Edwardian England where upper lips are always stiff and men from the Colonies are not entirely to be trusted, Fisk Senior has little time or affection for his son, but when the pair visit an eccentric Indian, they start a strange journey that eventually allows the old man to find /10(K).

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