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The modern age.

Author: Boris Ford
Publisher: London, Cassell [1964, ©1963]
Series: Pelican to English literature, v. 7.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Boris Ford
OCLC Number: 6247182
Notes: At head of title: The Belle Sauvage library.
Description: 580 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Part 1: The social and intellectual background / G. H. Bantock --
Part 2: The literary scene / John Holloway --
Part 3: Henry James: the drama of discrimination / Henry Gifford. From Heart of darkness to Nostromo: an approach to Conrad / Douglas Brown. Hardy, De La Mare, and Edward Thomas / H. Coombes. The literature of the First World War / D. J. Enright. The later poetry of W. B. Yeats / Graham Martin. The Irish contribution / Grattan Freyer. Shaw and the London theatre / T. R. Barnes. The comedy of ideas: cross-currents in fiction and drama of the twentieth century / R. C. Churchill. The prose of thought / W. E. F. Tomlin. Mr. Forster's good influence / G. D. Klingopulos. Virginia Woolf, the theory and practice of fiction / Frank W. Bradbrook. L. H. Myers and Bloomsbury / G. H. Bantock.
Series Title: Pelican to English literature, v. 7.

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