Contemporary English Literature

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
If not otherwise indicated, place of publication is London or New YorkHISTORICAL AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND
Graves Robert, and Hodge Alan, The Long Week End ( 1941)
Gretton R. H., A Modern History of the English People, 1880- 1922 ( 1930)
Marriott A. R., Modern England, 1885-1945 ( 1948)
Maurois André, The Edwardian Era ( 1933)
Somervell D. C., Modern Britain, 1870-1939 ( 1941)
Spender J. A., Great Britain, 1886-1935 ( 1936)
Wingfield-Stratford, Esmé, The Victorian Sunset ( 1932), The Victorian Aftermath ( 1934)

BIOGRAPHICAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
Kunitz Stanley J. and Haycroft Howard, British Authors of the Nineteenth Century ( 1936), Twentieth Century Authors ( 1942)
Millett Fred B., Contemporary British Literature. (Third revised and enlarged edition, based on the second revised and enlarged edition by John M. Manly and Edith Rickert, 1944)
Pine L. G., The Authors' and Writers' Who's Who and Reference Guide ( 1948-1949)

GENERAL SURVEYS
Buck Philo M., Directions in Contemporary Literature ( 1942)
Charques R. D., Contemporary Literature and Social Revolution ( 1933)
Cunliffe J. W., English Literature in the Twentieth Century ( 1923)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xv
  • Poetry & Fiction - 1890-1914 1
  • Verse Of Two World Wars 221
  • Poetry & Fiction 1918-1950 253
  • The Drama 1890-1950 386
  • Other Prose 1890-1950 422
  • Bibliography 493
  • Index 499
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