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The Twentieth century : (1900-present) /

by McEwan, Neil.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Macmillan anthologies of English literature ; v.5.Publisher: Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1989Description: 618 p ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0333392736 (hbk); 9780333464779; .Subject(s): English literature -- 20th centuryOnline resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Thomas Hardy; Henry James; Bernard Shaw; Joseph Conrad; A.E.Houseman; W.B.Yeats; Rudyard Kipling; H.G.Wells; Arnold Bennett; John Galsworthy; H.H.Munro ("Saki"); Hilaire Belloc; Walter de la Mare; Ford Madox Ford; G.K.Chesterton; Winston Churchill; John Masefield; Edward Thomas; Harold Monro; E.M.Foster; Lytton Strachey; P.G.Wodehouse; Virginia Woolf; James Joyce; James Elroy Flecker; D.H.Lawrence; Siegfried Sassoon; Rupert Brooke; Edwin Muir; Edith Sitwell; T.E.Lawrence; T.S.Eliot; Isaac Rosenberg; Ivy Compton-Burnett; Wilfred Owen; Aldous Huxley; Robert Graves; Charles Sorley; Edmund Blunden; Basil Bunting; Stevie Smith; Evelyn Waugh; George Orwell; Graham Greene; Anthony Powell; Samuel Beckett; John Betjeman; W.H.Auden; William Empson; Kathleen Raine; Stephen Spender; Norman MacCaig; William Golding; Roy Fuller; F.T.Prince; R.S.Thomas; Henry Reed; Dylan Thomas; Charles Causley; John Heath-Stubbs; Iris Murdoch; D.J.Enright; Keith Douglas; Kingsley Amis; Donald Davie; Philip Larkin; James Kirkup; John Mortimer; Patricia Beer; Elizabeth Jennings; William Trevor; John Osborne; Ted Hughes; Harold Pinter; Geoffrey Hill; Tony Harrison; Gillian Clarke; Tom Stoppard; Ian Hamilton; Seamus Heaney; Douglas Dunn; James Fenton.
Summary: Summary: The writers represented in this volume show the diversity of writing in our times, from Thomas Hardy to Philip Larkin, G.B.Shaw to Tom Stoppard, and Henry James to Iris Murdoch. It also includes fantasy by P.G.Wodehouse, satires by Saki, letters by Virginia Woolf and speeches by Winston Churchill.
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Includes bibliography and index

Table of contents Thomas Hardy; Henry James; Bernard Shaw; Joseph Conrad; A.E.Houseman; W.B.Yeats; Rudyard Kipling; H.G.Wells; Arnold Bennett; John Galsworthy; H.H.Munro ("Saki"); Hilaire Belloc; Walter de la Mare; Ford Madox Ford; G.K.Chesterton; Winston Churchill; John Masefield; Edward Thomas; Harold Monro; E.M.Foster; Lytton Strachey; P.G.Wodehouse; Virginia Woolf; James Joyce; James Elroy Flecker; D.H.Lawrence; Siegfried Sassoon; Rupert Brooke; Edwin Muir; Edith Sitwell; T.E.Lawrence; T.S.Eliot; Isaac Rosenberg; Ivy Compton-Burnett; Wilfred Owen; Aldous Huxley; Robert Graves; Charles Sorley; Edmund Blunden; Basil Bunting; Stevie Smith; Evelyn Waugh; George Orwell; Graham Greene; Anthony Powell; Samuel Beckett; John Betjeman; W.H.Auden; William Empson; Kathleen Raine; Stephen Spender; Norman MacCaig; William Golding; Roy Fuller; F.T.Prince; R.S.Thomas; Henry Reed; Dylan Thomas; Charles Causley; John Heath-Stubbs; Iris Murdoch; D.J.Enright; Keith Douglas; Kingsley Amis; Donald Davie; Philip Larkin; James Kirkup; John Mortimer; Patricia Beer; Elizabeth Jennings; William Trevor; John Osborne; Ted Hughes; Harold Pinter; Geoffrey Hill; Tony Harrison; Gillian Clarke; Tom Stoppard; Ian Hamilton; Seamus Heaney; Douglas Dunn; James Fenton.

Summary:
The writers represented in this volume show the diversity of writing in our times, from Thomas Hardy to Philip Larkin, G.B.Shaw to Tom Stoppard, and Henry James to Iris Murdoch. It also includes fantasy by P.G.Wodehouse, satires by Saki, letters by Virginia Woolf and speeches by Winston Churchill.

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