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 VII: SEAN O'CASEY to POETS OF WORLD WAR II
List of Subjects in Volume VII:
SEAN O'CASEY by William A. Armstrong VIRGINIA WOOLF by Bernard Blackstone JAMES JOYCE by J. I. M. Stewart IVY COMPTON-BURNETT by R. Glynn Grylls WYNDHAM LEWIS by E. W. F. Tomlin D. H. LAWRENCE by Alastair Niven EDITH SITWELL by John Lehmann T. S. ELIOT by M. C. Bradbrook KATHERINE MANSFIELD by Ian A. Gordon JOYCE CARY by Walter Allen ALDOUS HUXLEY by Jocelyn Brooke J. B. PRIESTLEY by Kenneth Young F. R. LEAVIS by Edward Greenwood ROBERT GRAVES by Martin Seymour-Smith GEORGE ORWELL by Tom Hopkinson EVELYN WAUGH by William Myers CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD by Francis King C. P. SNOW by William Cooper ANTHONY POWELL by Bernard Bergonzi JOHN BETJEMAN by John Press W. H. AUDEN by Richard Hoggart LOUIS MacNEICE by John Press POETS OF WORLD WAR II by John Press