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by Ian MacKillop

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Ian MacKillop
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (June 19, 2000)
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Ian MacKillop was one of the most prominent of that second generation of the pupils of . Professor Ian MacKillop. English scholar and pupil of . Leavis who published a shrewd biography of his former teacher. Thursday 3 June 2004 00:00. Leavis which carried its great teacher's ardour and convictions into its teaching, writing and culture-making.

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Wide-ranging literary scholar renowned for his biography of Leavis . Sue Vice and John Haffenden. His other major publications include an innovative biographical study, Free Spirits: Henri Pierre Roché, François Truffaut And The Two English Girls (2000). When Ian Hamilton criticised the style of one of Ian's books, it was characteristic of his resilience and humour that he readily responded, "Bastard! He may be right.

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The love story portrayed in Truffaut's film "Jules et Jim" is familiar to millions of cinemagoers around the world. It is based on the novel, and indeed the life, of the writer Henri Pierre Roche. This love story unfolds in Paris but also encompasses rural Kent and Whitechapel, London.