Arthur, 1905–83, British novelist, critic, and journalist; born in Hungary.
Koestler seems to have been found boring, sexually, as often as overardent.
The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard July 21, 2010
[XVIII, 2941, pp. 164–5; typewritten with handwritten postscript] Koestler replied on March 23.
George Orwell Teaches You How to Review Books George Orwell August 14, 2013
Anyway, Koestler was no doubt happy to leave readers wondering if any writer could be trusted.
In A Very Deep Way: Remembering Rabbi David Hartman Bernard Avishai February 20, 2013
Koestler referred to the “logic of the moist eye” in The Act of Creation.
Why Do We Cry? Michael Trimble January 9, 2013
Arthur. 1905–83, British writer, born in Hungary. Of his early antitotalitarian novels Darkness at Noon (1940) is outstanding. His later works, The Sleepwalkers (1959), The Act of Creation (1964), and The Ghost in the Machine (1967) reflect his interest in science, philosophy, and psychology. He committed suicide
Arthur, born 1937, U.S. playwright.
Arthur, 1918–2007, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1959. Kornberg Korn·berg (kôrn’bûrg’), Arthur. Born 1918. American biochemist. He shared a 1959 Nobel Prize for work on the biological synthesis of nucleic acids. Kornberg (kôrn’bûrg’) American biochemist who discovered DNA polymerase, the enzyme that synthesizes new DNA. For this work, he shared with Severo Ochoa the […]
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Arthur, 1863–1947, Welsh novelist and essayist. Contemporary Examples These details, Republicans say, prove that Machen will not be able to operate outside the political influence of his bosses. Attorney General Eric Holder Hangs On Despite Republican Pressure Over Probe Patricia Murphy June 14, 2012 Historical Examples I have let this last assertion stand as part […]