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Mervyn Peake

Born of British parents in China in 1911, Mervyn Peake was an acclaimed writer, artist, poet and illustrator. He is best known for his Gormenghast books (three works conceived as part of a cycle, the completion of which was halted by his death). Amazingly, a fourth book in the series called Titus Awakes, written by Peake’s widow, Maeve Gilmore for detailed notes left by the author, was recently discovered by Peake’s granddaughter in the attic of their family home.

2011 marked the centenary of Mervyn Peake’s birth. PFD celebrated the occasion with new editions of his work (with specially commissioned introductions and never before published illustrations), exhibitions and films.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The White Chief of the Unzimbooboo Kaffirs (1921)
Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor (1939)
Shapes and Sounds (1941)
Rhymes without Reason (1944)
Titus Groan (1946)
The Craft of the Lead Pencil (1946)
Letters from a Lost Uncle (from Polar Regions) (1948)
Drawings by Mervyn Peake (1949)
Gormenghast (1950)
The Glassblowers (1950)
Mr Pye (1953)
Figures of Speech (1954)
Titus Alone (1959)
The Rhyme of the Flying Bomb (1962)
Poems and Drawings (1965)
A Reverie of Bone and other Poems (1967)
Selected Poems (1972)
A Book of Nonsense (1972)
The Drawings of Mervyn Peake (1974)
Mervyn Peake: Writings and Drawings (1974)
Twelve Poems (1975)
Boy in Darkness (1976)
Peake’s Progress (1978)
Ten Poems (1993)
Eleven Poems (1995)
The Cave (1996)
Boy in Darkness and other stories (2007)
Collected Poems (2008)

 

Illustrated Books

Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor (by himself) (1939)
Ride a Cock Horse and Other Nursery Rhymes (1940)
Hunting of the Snark (by Lewis Carroll)
Alice in Wonderland (by Lewis Carroll)
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (by Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
Household Tales (by the Brothers Grimm)
All This and Bevin Too (by Quentin Crisp)
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (by Robert Louis Stevenson)
Treasure Island (by Robert Louis Stevenson)
Droll Stories (by Balzac) (1961)
The Rhyme of the Flying Bomb (by himself) (1962)
Titus Groan, Gormenghast and Titus Alone (by himself; several editions include an abundance of illustrations, on plates in the centre and/or distributed through the text)

 

 

 

 

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BOY IN DARKNESS AND OTHER STORIES


‘Boy in Darkness’, the centrepiece of this collection, will be of special interest to fans of the Gormenghast books, as it comprises a chapter in the life of Titus Groan that unfolds beyond the pages of Peake’s monumental trilogy. It begins on the occasion of Titus’s fourteenth birthday. Overwhelmed by the pomp and gruelling ritual of life in Gormenghast, he braves an escape from his hereditary gaol. Beyond the castle walls, Titus wanders into a sinister and soulless land, where he is captured by Goat and Hyena, the grotesque henchmen of an evil master intent on claiming young Titus’s soul. A disturbingly atmospheric tale, told with the force and simplicity of allegory, ‘Boy in Darkness’ distils the strange logic of the Gormenghast trilogy into a story of pith and mystery, which bears comparison with Kafka and Poe.



PUBLICATION DATE: 15 Nov 2007

UK PUBLISHER: PETER OWEN

ISBN CODE: 9780720613063

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CAPTAIN SLAUGHTERBOARD DROPS ANCHOR


Captain Slaughterboard is the most ferocious and wicked pirate you could ever imagine. He likes nothing better than cutting people up with his cutlass or making them walk the plank. Then one day, on a remote island, he spies a strange Yellow Creature – and from that time on, he’s a changed man. How he loves the Yellow Creature! They become the best of friends, always together, sailing the oceans. But will Captain Slaughterboard ever drop anchor for good? From the cult novelist Mervyn Peake, with a new introduction by his son, Fabian.



PUBLICATION DATE: 2 Nov 2009
UK PUBLISHER: WALKER BOOKS
ISBN CODE: 9781406319514
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GORMENGHAST


Gormenghast is more than a sequel to Titus Groan – it is an enrichment and deepening of that book.The fertility of incident, character and rich atmosphere combine in a tour de force that ranks as one of this century’s most remarkable feats of imaginative writing.




PUBLICATION DATE: 06 October 2005

UK PUBLISHER: VINTAGE

ISBN CODE: 9780749394820

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THE GORMENGHAST TRILOGY


Enter the world of Gormenghast…the vast crumbling castle to which the seventy-seventh Earl, Titus Groan, is Lord and heir. A gothic labyrinth of roofs and turrets, cloisters and corridors, stairwells and dungeons, it is also the cobwebbed kingdom of Byzantine government and age old ritual. But the world of Gormenghast is changing; a world primed to implode beneath the weight of centuries of intrigue, treachery, manipulation and murder.


PUBLICATION DATE: 04 October 2007

UK PUBLISHER: VINTAGE

ISBN CODE: 9780099288893

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LETTERS FROM A LOST UNCLE


In the frozen Polar wastes, an explorer types with freezing fingers, the story of his extraordinary exploits, preparing to send the story to a nephew he has never seen. With his only companion the tortoise-like mutant Jackson, Uncle has gone in search of the awesome and mysterious White Lion.  To be reissued in Juky 2011.



PUBLICATION DATE: 27 Sep 2001

UK PUBLISHER: METHUEN

ISBN CODE: 978-0413745903

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MR PYE


Equipped with love, Mr Harold Pye lands on the island of Sark, his mission to convert the islanders into a crusading force for the undiluted goodness that he feels within. The extraordinary inhabitants of the island range fromthe formidable Miss George in her purple busby to the wanton, raven-haired Tintagieu, ‘five foot three inches of sex’. Mr Pye, however, is prone to excess and in the increasingly personalised struggle between good and evil, excess is very nearly his downfall.

PUBLICATION DATE: 02 December 1999
UK PUBLISHER: VINTAGE
ISBN CODE: 9780099283263
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PEAKE’S PROGRESS


Mervyn Peake (1911-1968) the immensely talented writer, artist, poet and playwright,is best-known for his gothic masterpiece, the Gormenghast trilogy, and his stunning illustrations for Alice in Wonderland and Alice through the Looking Glass. He was a prolific and astonishingly original writer, who touched at one time or another on almost every literary form. Peake’s Progress is a selection, compiled by his widow, Maeve Gilmore, from every period of his work as writer and draughtsman. It contains a remarkable work from childhood, ‘The White Chief of the Umzimbooboo Kaffirs’, the early ‘Mr. Slaughterboard’, which foreshadows the ‘Titus’ books, two plays, ‘The Wit to Woo’ and ‘Noah’s Ark’, a broadcast version of ‘Mr Pye’, and a generous selection from Peake’s short stories, poems and nonsense verses as well as from his drawings. Including a new introduction written by Mervyn Peake’s son, Sebastian, this edition of Peake’s Progress is published to coincide with the centenary of Peake’s birth, and to mark the British Library’s acquisition of Peake’s archives.


PUBLICATION DATE: 1 Jun 2011

UK PUBLISHER: The British Library Publishing Division

ISBN CODE: 978-0712358347

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TITUS ALONE


In this final part of the trilogy, we follow Titus, now almost twenty, as he escapes from the Castle, flees its oppressive Ritual, and becomes lost in a sandstorm. Helped by the owner of a travelling zoo, Muzzlehatch, and his ex-lover Juno, Titus ends up stranded in a big, bustling city. No one there having heard of Gormenghast, the general consensus is that the boy is deranged, and with no papers, he’s soon arrested for vagrancy. But there are a few people who believe in his story, or at least who are intrigued by it, and they try to help him. And now Titus, the deserter, the traitor, longs for his home, and looks for it all the time to prove, if only to himself, that Gormenghast is truly real.


PUBLICATION DATE: 06 October 2005

UK PUBLISHER: VINTAGE

ISBN CODE: 9780749394875

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TITUS AWAKES


Gormenghast was never intended to be a trilogy. Mervyn Peake envisaged several books, charting the life of Titus Groan from birth to death. Sadly, his death in 1968 left the third book, Titus Alone, incomplete and Titus died with him.


To coincide with  the centenary of the birth of the Mervyn Peake in 2011, PFD are able to present the previously undiscovered, Titus Awakes, the fourth book in the series; written by Peake’s widow, Maeve Gilmore from notes left by the author, recently discovered by in the attic of the Peake family home.


Titus Groan half-wakes from a dream. His part-awakening brings with it the realisation that it is time for him to discover his rightful place in the world. In a dream-like state, Titus’ wanderings lead him through the world of Gormenghast to scenes from Mervyn Peake’s own life – from Chelsea studios to the hospital where Mervyn spent time during his long illness.


As Titus finally awakes and discovers that he must journey to the island of Sark, the place he has been happiest, he is welcomed at the harbour by a strangely familiar figure- Mervyn Peake himself.


PUBLICATION DATE: JULY 2011

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TITUS GROAN


As the first novel opens, Titus, heir to Lord Sepulchrave, has just been born: he stands to inherit the miles of rambling stone and mortar that stand for Gormenghast Castle. Inside, all events are predetermined by a complex ritual, lost in history, understood only by Sourdust, Lord of the Library. There are tears and strange laughter; fierce births and deaths beneath umbrageous ceilings; dreams and violence and disenchantment contained within a labyrinth of stone.


PUBLICATION DATE: 06 October 2005

UK PUBLISHER: VINTAGE

ISBN CODE: 9780749394929

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UNDER A CANVAS SKY by CLARE PEAKE


A moving memoir from Mervyn Peake’s daughter. Clare Peake, daughter of the celebrated writer and artist Mervyn Peake, tells the story of her parents’ romance and her own happy and bohemian childhood.


Mervyn Peake was born in China, the son of medical missionaries, and the juxtaposition of his exotic surroundings and the very English manners at home had a lasting effect on him. Reading Treasure Island until he could recite it by heart and waiting for comics to arrive from England had him living a childhood bursting with imagery.


He returned to England to study at the Royal Academy School and was then offered a teaching post at Westminster School of Art. There his charismatic and un-worldly presence made a huge impact: none more so than on Maeve Gilmore, a seventeen-year-old sculpture student.


The couple fell passionately in love but Maeve’s parents were determined their daughter would not marry a penniless artist and sent her away to forget him. She didn’t and, refusing to be parted ever again, they married when Maeve was nineteen and Mervyn twenty-six.


Mervyn Peake developed Parkinson’s disease aged forty-five.
His decline was rapid and he spent time in and out of mental hospitals until his death at fifty-seven, the diagnosis never fully understood. Clare Peake writes movingly of the impact on the family and her mother’s determination to continue giving her children the happiness she felt all children deserved.



PUBLICATION DATE: 26th May 2011

UK PUBLISHER: CONSTABLE

ISBN CODE: 9781849015110

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ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND &

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS


Famed worldwide for his Gormenghast trilogy, Mervyn Peake was also an illustrator of rare and wondrous talent, whose editions of Treasure Island and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner are universally admired. In the 1940s he was commissioned to produce a set of 70 pen-and-ink drawings to accompany Lewis Carroll’s two classics, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. They are among his best work as an illustrator.


Unavailable in any edition since 1978, these extraordinary illustrations, many of which were drawn on poor quality wartime paper, have been restored to their former clarity and crispness by a combination of old-fashioned craft and the latest computer technology. They are now meticulously reproduced, for the first time, as they were meant to be seen.


PUBLICATION DATE: September 2001

UK PUBLISHER: BLOOMSBURY

ISBN CODE: 9780747553687

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THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK


The Hunting of the Snark tells the tale of several characters who go on a sea journey, searching for a mythical creature called “The Snark”, whatever it may be, for the Snark is different things to each of the characters. The Baker’s uncle once told him, “If your Snark be a Boojum! … You will softly and suddenly vanish away, And never be met with again!”. Through this journey relationships develop, tensions rise and the Baker’s worst nightmare comes true.  Richly brought to life with Peake’s exquisite drawings, this edition is a brilliant marriage of two extraordinary imaginations.



PUBLICATION DATE: 10 Jan 2000

UK PUBLISHER: METHUEN

ISBN CODE: 978-0413743800



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GRIMM’S HOUSEHOLD TALES

 

This new edition of Peake’s illustrated Houshold Tales by the Brothers Grimm was originally published in 1946 and this is the first time it has been made available since then with the original colour illustrations. Like the Grimms’ stories, Peake’s illustrations combine the comic and the sinister and evoke a strong sense of childhood fear and humour. Stories by Grimm remain popular to this day, and as well as some of the best-loved stories such as Sleeping Beauty, Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White and Cinderella, this books includes a number of less familiar tales. The beautiful new edition will be welcomed by Peake fans and children alike.

 

Published: THE BRITISH LIBRARY PUBLISHING DIVISION, 10th February 2012

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THE ILLUSTRATED GORMENGHAST TRILOGY

 

‘Peake’s books are actual additions to life; they give, like certain rare dreams, sensations we never had before, and enlarge our conception of the range of possible experience’ C.S. Lewis

Enter the world of Gormenghast. The vast crumbling castle to which the seventy-seventh Earl, Titus Groan, is Lord and heir. Titus is expected to rule this Gothic labyrinth of turrets and dungeons, cloisters and corridors as well as the eccentric and wayward subject. Things are changing in the castle and Titus must contend with a kingdom about to implode beneath the weight of centuries of intrigue, treachery, manipulation and murder.

 

Published: VINTAGE CLASSICS, 23rd June 2011

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