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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Life of Kenneth Tynan. In assessing a single one of Kenneth Tynan's prodigious, innovative, and highly original contributions to theater, the utmost skill in writing and wielding the written word is not only called for but a must; yet Kathleen Tynan's task is the even more daunting one of assessing them all!
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A captivating biography chronicling the life and times of a wonderfully mercurial and eccentric genius. Kenneth Peacock Tynan was co-architect of England's National Theater repertoire and the deviser of Oh Calcutta among many other achievements.
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Kenneth Peacock Tynan (2 April 1927 – 26 July 1980) was an English theatre critic and writer. Making his initial impact as a critic at The Observer (1954–1958, 1960–1963), he praised Osborne's Look Back in Anger (1956), and encouraged the emerging wave of British theatrical talent. In 1963, Tynan was appointed as the new National Theatre Company's literary manager.
Not unexpectedly, for those of us who know about Osborne on the other .
In this case, my own. What is harder to accept is his relentless misogyny: his well-publicized and noisome rejection of ex-wives and daughter; his savage contempt for his mother, recorded in his autobiography. Mrs. Tynan often gives her evidence like a passing pedestrian at a street accident -a wondrously horrid misreading of my attempt to contain my overwhelming feeling so that the reader be allowed a closer look at the subject; and in blatant contradiction of the occasions when I do express those feelings.
Following Kenneth Tynan's death in 1980, she wrote the biography The Life of Kenneth Tynan (1987), her best-known book. She published some of her own theatre and literary criticism as well before her death from cancer in 1995.
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