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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Bergonzi
ISBN: 0312558694 9780312558697 031257195X 9780312571955
OCLC Number: 12343708
Description: xviii, 216 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The Bloomsbury pastoral --
Mr Bennett and Ms Drabble --
A note on Sons and Lovers --
Wyndham Lewis: coming to terms with the Enemy --
Ezra Pound: from imagism to Fascism --
Pound and Donald Davie --
Leavis and Eliot: the long road to rejection --
Eliot's ghostly voices --
The 1930s: types and myths --
Poets of the 1940s (Bernard Spencer, Alun Lewis, G.S. Fraser) --
Davie, Larkin and the state of England --
George Steiner: on culture and on Hitler --
The decline and fall of the Catholic novel --
The Terry Eagleton story.
Responsibility: Bernard Bergonzi.

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