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James is one of these. In a essay, James stated:. The composer Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji wrote two pieces for piano with a link to James: Quaere reliqua hujus materiei inter secretiora , inspired by "Count Magnus", and St. Reticence conduces to effect, blatancy ruins it, and there is much blatancy in a lot of recent stories. These were broadly faithful to the originals and were quite well received. James and wrote the short story "The Guide" in tribute. James as "the best ghost-story writer England has ever produced". Klein placed James's " Casting the Runes " at number one. James looks like rich and promising material. Rolt also modelled his ghost stories on James's work but, unlike other Jamesian writers, set them in industrial locations, such as mines and railways. Lovecraft was an admirer of James's work, extolling the stories as the peak of the ghost story form in his essay " Supernatural Horror in Literature " Another renowned fan of James in the horror and fantasy genre was Clark Ashton Smith , who wrote an essay on him. James was born in a clergy house in Goodnestone, Dover , Kent , England, although his parents had associations with Aldeburgh in Suffolk. In the year I was a new boy at the Dragon school , Oxford , then called Lynam's, of which the headmaster was C. He catalogued many of the manuscript libraries of the colleges of the University of Cambridge. However, James often spoke out against the Irish Home Rule movement , [2] and in his letters he also expressed a dislike for Communism. In September he arrived as a boarder at Temple Grove School , one of the leading boys' preparatory schools of the day. You will hear it played by a string quartet That also is a fact. Malevolence and terror, the glare of evil faces, 'the stony grin of unearthly malice', pursuing forms in darkness, and 'long-drawn, distant screams', are all in place, and so is a modicum of blood, shed with deliberation and carefully husbanded; the weltering and wallowing that I too often encounter merely recall the methods of M G Lewis. James held strongly traditional views about literature. There have been numerous television adaptations of James's stories. James perfected a method of story-telling which has since become known as Jamesian. Malden , although some commentators consider their stories to be inferior to those of James himself. He wrote, "I answer that I am prepared to consider evidence and accept it if it satisfies me. The play was adapted by Simona Pakenham and produced by Leonarde Chase. However, James's protagonists and plots tend to reflect his own antiquarian interests. James's biographer Michael Cox wrote in M. James continue to influence many of today's great supernatural writers, including Stephen King who discusses James in the non-fiction book Danse Macabre and Ramsey Campbell , who edited Meddling with Ghosts: Stories in the Tradition of M. Despite his suggestion in the essay "Stories I Have Tried to Write" that writers employ reticence in their work, many of James's tales depict scenes and images of savage and often disturbing violence. In addition to ghost stories, he also enjoyed reading the work of William Shakespeare and the detective stories of Agatha Christie. For me, M. The play was produced by John Richmond and transmitted on 21 May as the second half of a double bill, in an "approximate" minute slot on the Home Service. James , "In an age where every man is his own psychologist, M. Let us, then, be introduced to the actors in a placid way; let us see them going about their ordinary business, undisturbed by forebodings, pleased with their surroundings; and into this calm environment let the ominous thing put out its head, unobtrusively at first, and then more insistently, until it holds the stage. The classic Jamesian tale usually includes the following elements:. Benson considered him to be "reactionary" and "against modernity and progress". James as the diarist of a series of fictional ghost stories, mainly inspired by fragments referred to in his essay "Stories I Have Tried to Write". Russell Wakefield 's supernatural fiction was strongly influenced by the work of James. The play is set in James's rooms at Cambridge University and deals with his relationships with his colleague E. According to James, the story must "put the reader into the position of saying to himself, 'If I'm not very careful, something of this kind may happen to me! In , Ramsey Campbell published the short story "The Guide", which takes an antiquarian on a macabre journey to a ruined church after following marginalia in a copy of James's guidebook Suffolk and Norfolk. Other critics have seen complex psychological undercurrents in James's work. He also noted: "Another requisite, in my opinion, is that the ghost should be malevolent or odious: amiable and helpful apparitions are all very well in fairy tales or in local legends, but I have no use for them in a fictitious ghost story. Benson and the young artist James McBryde. Sir John Betjeman , in an introduction to Peter Haining's book about James, shows how influenced he was by James's work:. His discovery of a manuscript fragment led to excavations in the ruins of the abbey at Bury St Edmunds , West Suffolk, in , in which the graves of several twelfth-century abbots described by Jocelyn de Brakelond a contemporary chronicler were rediscovered, having been lost since the Dissolution of the Monasteries. In addition to writing his own stories, James championed the works of Sheridan Le Fanu , whom he viewed as "absolutely in the first rank as a writer of ghost stories", [14] editing and supplying introductions to Madame Crowl's Ghost and Uncle Silas James's statements about his actual beliefs about ghosts were ambiguous. The minute play was written by C. He summed up his approach in his foreword to the anthology Ghosts and Marvels : "Two ingredients most valuable in the concocting of a ghost story are, to me, the atmosphere and the nicely managed crescendo. The stories of M. The first of these was "The Diary of Mr.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Reticence may be an elderly doctrine to preach, yet from the artistic point of view, I am sure it is a sound one. At the same time don't let us be mild and drab. Accordingly, he is known as the originator of the "antiquarian ghost story". Apart from medieval subjects, James toured Europe often, including a memorable tour of France in a Cheylesmore tricycle , [9] studied the classics and appeared very successfully in a staging of Aristophanes ' play The Birds , with music by Hubert Parry. James adaptations, was released in Britain in , and an expanded six-disc set including Robert Powell's series of readings from , and readings from the BBC's Spine Chillers series for children was released in James: Ghost Writer , which was screened directly afterwards. He dressed and looked like an old Sea Salt, and in his gruff voice would tell us stories by firelight in the boys' room of an evening with all the lights out and his back to the fire. I find it difficult to believe either that it is a good novel or that its suppression causes any loss to literature". James is best known for his ghost stories, but his work as a medievalist scholar was prodigious and remains highly respected in scholarly circles. Lynam, known as 'the Skipper'. An instrumental work, it evokes the story from beginning to end, with the tracks segueing into one another to form a continuous piece of music. A pastiche of James's work, it contained numerous echoes of his stories while offering a fictional account of how he became interested in the supernatural. His ability as an actor was also apparent when he read his new ghost stories to friends at Christmas time. Bleiler stated that James is "in the opinion of many, the foremost modern writer of supernatural fiction", and he described Ghost Stories of an Antiquary as "one of the landmark books in the history of supernatural fiction" and characterised the stories in James's other collections as "first-rate stories" and "excellent stories". The first hardback collected edition appeared in Many of the tales were written as Christmas Eve entertainments and read aloud to friends. Munby , E. James: An Informal Portrait , "One need not be a professional psychoanalyst to see the ghost stories as some release from feelings held in check. Indeed, the success of his stories was founded on his antiquarian talents and knowledge. James was Provost of Eton College from to He died in age 73 and was buried in Eton town cemetery. Among his other scholarly works, he wrote The Apocalypse in Art , which placed the English Apocalypse manuscripts into families. Harvey 's ghost story "The Ankardyne Pew" is also a homage to James's work, which Harvey admired. For example, in "Lost Hearts", pubescent children are taken in by a sinister dabbler in the occult who cuts their hearts from their still-living bodies. They drag in sex too, which is a fatal mistake; sex is tiresome enough in the novels; in a ghost story, or as the backbone of a ghost story, I have no patience with it. There must have been times when it was hard to be Monty James. Mark's Eve" "The prayer books, though repeatedly closed, are always found open at a particular psalm James adaptations of his own. The Radio Times printed the musical notation for the ghostly refrain and noted, "You will have had quite enough of that tune before the play has ended. Whitaker-Wilson and produced by John Cheatle. The novelist James Hynes wrote an updated version of "Casting the Runes" in his story collection Publish and Perish. In a similar vein, the BBC also produced a short series M. He also translated the New Testament apocrypha and contributed to the Encyclopaedia Biblica His ability to wear his learning lightly is apparent in his Suffolk and Norfolk Dent, , in which a great deal of knowledge is presented in a popular and accessible form, and in Abbeys Great Western Railway , James also achieved a great deal during his directorship of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge — He managed to secure a large number of important paintings and manuscripts, including notable portraits by Titian. In , the BBC produced a series, aimed at older children, of readings of classic horror stories read by various actors entitled Spine Chillers. However, a short preview trailer featuring several scenes from the adaptation of "Casting the Runes" survived and has been shown at cult film festivals. I remember he told the stories as having happened to himself. Broadcast on 24 April, the play was billed as a "ghost story for St. Although not overtly sexual, plots of this nature have been perceived as unintentional metaphors of the Freudian variety. Although ITV produced four black-and-white adaptations of James's ghost stories between and , no surviving copies are known to exist. The majority of television adaptations of James's works have been made in Britain. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}He was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge — Though James's work as a medievalist and scholar is still highly regarded, he is best remembered for his ghost stories , which some regard as among the best in the genre. David March appeared as James in all but the final two, which starred Michael Williams.