Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 6

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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Great world writers : twentieth century / editor, Patrick M. O'Neil.
p. cm.
Vol. 13 is an index volume.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-7614-7469-2 (v. 1)—ISBN 0-7614-7470-6 (v. 2)—
ISBN 0-7614-7471-4 (v. 3)—ISBN 0-7614-7472-2 (v. 4)—
ISBN 0-7614-7473-0 (v. 5)—ISBN 0-7614-7474-9
(v. 6)—ISBN 0-7614-7475-7 (v. 7)—ISBN 0-7614-7476-5
(v. 8)—ISBN 0-7614-7477-3 (v. 9)—ISBN 0-7614-7478-1
(v. 10)—ISBN 0-7614-7479-X (v. 11)—ISBN 0-7614-7480-3
(v. 12)—ISBN 0-7614-7481-1 (v. 13)—ISBN 0-7614-7468-4 (set)
1. Literature—20th century—Bio-bibliography—Dictionaries.
2. Authors—20th century—Biography—Dictionaries.
3. Literature—20th century—History and criticism. I.
O'Neil, Patrick M.

PN771.G73 2004
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Printed in China

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Volume 6 Illustration Credits
(a = above, b = below, 1 = left, r = right)

Art Resource: 821
Art Resource/Giraudon: 743
Art Resource/Photograph by Erich Lessing: 819, 839
Art Resource/The Newark Museum: 782
Art Resource/Réunion des Musées Nationaux: 775, 843
Art Resource/Manu Sassoonian: 753, 760
Art Resource/Scala: 840
[Jacket Cover], from Women in Love by D. H. Lawrence. Used by per-
mission of Bantam Books, a division of Random House, Inc.:
776
Bridgeman Art Library/Leeds Museums & Galleries: 771
Bridgeman Art Library/National Academy of Design, NY: 759
Bridgeman Art Library/Phillips Fine Arts Auctioneers: 755
Bridgeman Art Library/Private Collection (Helen Vaughn): 761 (r),
788, 798, 800
Corbis/Bruce Adams/Eye Ubiquitous: 748
Corbis/Photo Collection of Alexander Alland, Sr.: 826
Corbis/Bettman: 767, 854, 860
Corbis/Horace Bristol: 726
Corbis/Corbis: cover portrait of Jamaica Kincaid, 747
Corbis/Christopher Felver: cover portrait of Doris Lessing, 785
Corbis/Y. Forestier/Sygma: 852
Corbis/Gyori/Sygma: 853
Corbis/Hulton-Deutch: 837, 850
Corbis/Jacques Langervin: 847
Corbis/John-Marshall Mantel: 757
Corbis/Reuters New Media, Inc.: 738
Corbis/Sean Sexton Collection: 829
Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC/Jacket de-
sign from Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid. Copyright © 1985 by
Jamaica Kincaid: 750
Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC/Jacket de-
sign from Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid. Copyright © 1990 by
Jamaica Kincaid: 756
Gamma Press: 827
Gamma Press/Aunos Jean-Claude: cover portrait of Naguib Mahfouz,
825, 831
Getty/Archive/Neal Boenzi, NY Times Co.: 751
Getty/(John Cillingworth): cover portrait of C. S. Lewis, 803, 807
Getty/(Bert Hardy): 801, 834
Getty/(Stuart Heydinger): cover portrait of D. H. Lawrence, 761 (1),
763, 773, 786
Getty/Hulton Archive: 835, 858
Getty/Kurt Hutton: 734
Getty/(Keystone): 816, 832
Getty/(Haywood Magee): 810
Getty/(Martinie): cover portrait of André Malraux, 845
Getty/Paul O'Driscoll: 744
Getty/Roger Viollet: 846, 849, 851
Getty/(George Stroud): 787, 790, 792
Getty/(Tropical Press Agency): 804, 809, 855, 856
Getty/Roger Viollet: 846, 851, 849
Globe Photos/Alpha, London/Steve Finn: 730
Globe Photos/Alpha, London/Ashley Knotek: cover portrait of Thomas
Keneally, 725
Globe Photos/Pressens Bild/IPOL Inc.: 793
Harcourt, Inc.: 808
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at
Austin Photography Collection: 764, 768, 770
New Hampshire Historical Society: 749
Penguin Putnam, Inc.: 732
Photofest: 737, 777, 779
Reuters/Will Burgess: 731
Reuters/David Gray: 727, 729
Superstock/Musée des Beaux Arts, Rouen, France: 822
Superstock/Musée du Louvre, Paris: 823
Superstock/Shaffer/Smith: 795, 796
Superstock/Super Stock: 815
Time Life: 812
University College Oxford: 805
Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Books and
Manuscript Library: 765

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  • Title Page 721
  • Contents 723
  • Thomas Keneally 725
  • Jamaica Kincaid 747
  • D.H. Laurence 763
  • Doris Lessing 785
  • C. S. Lewis 803
  • Naguib Mahfouz 825
  • André Malraux 845
  • Index 863
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