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David Pryce-Jones

David Pryce-Jones

David Pryce-Jones was born in Vienna. He studied modern history at Magdalen College Oxford. He became literary editor Financial Times 1959-61. Right before that he became literary editor, Spectator 1961-63.

Between 1964-65, he was visiting writer in residence, teaching creative writing at the University of Iowa. He was also visiting lecturer at the California State College at Hayward between 1966 and 1968.

Then, in 1970, the University of California at Berkeley invited him to be Visiting Profesor.

In the meantime, he was also Special correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, 1966-1982.

His various assignments included Six Day War of 1967, Yom Kippur war of 1973, covering the rise of the PLO; Soviet Union, especially in Central Asia; a series on the Balkans; literary profiles including Auden, Graves, Bellow, Wilfred Thesiger, Jean-Francois Revel.

Regular or occasional contributor to Daily Telegraph, The Times, Financial Times, Spectator, Times Literary Supplement, Wall Street Journal, The New Republic etc

Since June 1999, senior editor of National Review.

Some recent publications include essays in New Criterion September 1996 (republished in The Future of the European Past, Ivan Dee 1997) September 1998, October 1999, December 1999; essays in Commentary June 1997, November 1997, April 1998, July 1999; Partisan Review vol LXV number 1 and 1998 no 3; translation from the Arabic of Hittaan bin al-Mualla in Generations (Penguin 1998); introduction to Agatha Christie's memoir Come, Tell Me How You Live, (Common Reader 2000). Introduction to Islam unveiled, by Robert Spencer (Encounter Books 2002).

Bibliography

Fiction:
  • Owls and Satyrs (Longmans 1961)
  • The Sands of Summer (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1963)
  • Quondam (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1965)
  • The Stranger's View (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1967)
  • Running Away (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1971)
  • The England Commune (Quartet 1975)
  • Shirley's Guild (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1979)
  • The Afternoon Sun (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1986)
  • Inheritance (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1992)

Non-Fiction:
  • Graham Greene (Oliver & Boyd 1963)
  • Next Generation : Travels in Israel (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1965)
  • The Hungarian Revolution (Benn 1969)
  • The Face of Defeat (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1972)
  • Evelyn Waugh and his world (Ed.) (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1973)
  • Unity Mitford (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1976)
  • Vienna (Time-Life Books 1978)
  • Paris in the Third Reich (Collins 1981)
  • Cyril Connolly :Journal and Memoir (Collins 1983)
  • The Closed Circle (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1989. Harper & Row in U.S. Paperback Ivan R.Dee, 2001)
  • You Can't Be Too careful (Workman 1992)
  • The War That Never Was (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1995, published in U.S. as The Strange Death of the Soviet Union.)

Recent articles by David Pryce-Jones

BLAIR DEPARTSNROMay 10, 2007
THE NEW NEW LEFTCommentaryFebruary 28, 2007
THE MURDER OF ANNANROOctober 9, 2006
A BULLIED BULLDOGNROJuly 17, 2006
DAVID CALLING: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO DAVID PRYCE-JONESNROJuly 16, 2006
INTRANSIGENT AND NOW IN CHARGEWall Street JournalMay 2, 2006
REBALANCING ACT AT THE BBCBenador AssociatesMarch 17, 2006
JUDGING SADDAMNational ReviewMarch 13, 2006
HOW LOW CAN THEY GO? IINational ReviewNovember 7, 2005
GRAND ALLIANCENational ReviewOctober 24, 2005
TINY ISLAND, TINY DICTATORNational ReviewJuly 4, 2005
WHAT'S IN A BOYCOTT?National ReviewJune 06, 2005
JEWS, ARABS, AND FRENCH DIPLOMACY: A SPECIAL REPORTCommentaryMay 2005
CAPTIVE CONTINENTNational ReviewMay 9, 2005
AN AWFUL FAMILIARITYNational ReviewApril 11, 2005
THE ISLAMIZATION OF EUROPE?CommentaryDecember 31, 2004
ABSOLUTELYNational ReviewDecember 13, 2004 VOL. LVI, NO. 23
MORE PROCESS THAN PEACENational ReviewAugust 23, 2004 VOL. LVI, NO. 16
A STRAIGHT TALKER IN A TROUBLED WORLDThe Sunday TimesJune 19, 2004
REMARKS AT DEBATE ON "ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY", LONDONBenador OnlineJune 10, 2004
A GREAT IRAQI: KANAN MAKIYA IS HIS NATION'S CONSCIENCENational ReviewMay 31, 2004 VOL. LVI, NO. 10
CLASHESNational ReviewMay 3, 2004
NO QUALMS AS ISRAEL MOVES IN ON EVIL HAMASThe AustralianApril 21, 2004
SHARON'S MOVESNational ReviewMarch 8, 2004 Vol. LVI, No. 4
GOLDEN DAYS OF THE BLACK ARTSNational ReviewJanuary 26, 2003 Vol. LVI, No. 1
History must not repeat itselfThe Spectator, London3 January 2004
DEATH OF A FANTASYNational ReviewDecember 31, 2003 Vol. LV, No. 25
UNCLE SAM HAS DICTATORS REELINGThe AustralianDecember 24, 2003

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