CARY, Joyce (Cary Joyce)( English writer.)
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Arthur Joyce Lunel Cary was born on Dec. 7, 1888 in Londonderry (Ireland). He graduated from Trinity College at Oxford University, where he received a bachelor's degree and then Master of Arts, was engaged in painting and studied art history at Edinburgh University and in Paris. In 1913 he joined the colonial administration of Nigeria, during the First World War, fought in the ranks of the Nigerian Army against the Germans. After the war he lived in West Africa, in 1920 for health reasons he returned to England. Carey's first novel, rescue Eisa (Aissa Saved), was published in 1932. Carey - author of fifteen novels and several volumes of essays and poetry
. In the trilogy itself is a wonder (Herself Surprised, . 1941), . By Pilgrim (To Be a Pilgrim, . 1942) and First Hand (The Horse's Mouth, . 1944) recreated the haunting images of charming, . though unprincipled Sarah Mundy, . her lover, eccentric and reckless and talented artist,
. The second trilogy of novels combines the love of neighbor (Prisoner of Grace, 1952), No one, as God (Except the Lord, 1953), not love, I honor above ... (Not Honor More, 1955). Author of novels The African Witch (The African Witch, 1936), Mr. Johnson (Mister Johnson, 1939), Moonlight (The Moonlight, 1946). Posthumously published novel, The Prisoner and free (The Captive and the Free, 1959), a collection of short stories Spring Song (Spring Song and Other Stories, 1960).
Carey died in Oxford, March 29, 1957.