Contemporary English Literature

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CONTENTS
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PREFACEv
POETRY & FICTION: 1890-19141
England at the Turn of the Century1
Poetry14
The Aesthetic Movement22
Ernest Dowson24
Arthur Symons25
Lionel Johnson27
Oscar Wilde28
John Davidson31
Richard Le Gallienne33
The Celtic Renaissance34
William Butler Yeats35
George Russell (A.E.)43
James Stephens45
Seumas O'Sullivan48
Padraic Colum49
Winfred M. Letts50
Katharine Tynan51
John Millington Synge53
Lady Gregory57
Lord Dunsany59
Lennox Robinson61
Conal O'Riordan62
St. John Ervine63
Sean O'Casey64
William Ernest Henley66
Thomas Hardy67
A. E. Housman75

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Table of contents

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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