British Writers, Volume 1-8, is a collection of critical essays covering writers who have made significant contributions to British, Irish, and Commonwealth literature from the 14th century to the present day. The contributors analyze many individual works and engage the reader with their distinctive themes and stylistic. Introductory essays and chronological tables open each volume and provide historical background.
Volume VI: THOMAS HARDY to WILFRED OWEN
List of Subjects in Volume VI:
THOMAS HARDY by C. Day Lewis and R. A. Scott-James HENRY JAMES by Tony Tanner ROBERT BRIDGES by John Sparrow GEORGE MOORE by A. Norman Jeffares GEORGE BERNARD SHAW by Margery M. Morgan JOSEPH CONRAD by C. B. Cox A. E. HOUSMAN by Ian Scott-Kihert RUDYARD KIPLING by A. G. Sandison WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS by G. S. Fraser H. G. WELLS by Kenneth Young ARNOLD BENNETT by Kenneth Young JOHN GALSWORTHY by Margery M. Morgan NORMAN DOUGLAS by Ian Greenlees J. M. SYNGE AND LADY GREGORY by Elizabeth Coxhead FORD MADOX FORD by Kenneth Young G. K. CHESTERTON by Christopher Hollis WINSTON CHURCHILL by John Connell W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM by Anthony Curtis G. M. TREVELYAN by J. H. Plumb E. M. FORSTER by Philip Gardner POETS OF WORLD WAR I by John Press WILFRED OWEN by Dominic Hibberd