The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction - Vol. 3

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List of Entries

Volume I: Twentieth-Century British and Irish Fiction

Ackroyd, Peter7
Aldington, Richard8
Amis, Kingsley10
Amis, Martin13
Angry Young Man Fiction15
Awards and Prizes19
Bainbridge, Beryl24
Ballard, J. G.26
Banville, John28
Barker, Pat29
Barnes, Julian31
Beckett, Samuel34
Bennett, Arnold39
Berger, John40
Bolger, Dermot42
Bowen, Elizabeth44
Boyd, William46
Brooke-Rose, Christine47
Brookner, Anita49
Byatt, A. S.51
Campus Novel54
Carswell, Catherine57
Carter, Angela58
Cary, Joyce62
Censorship and the Novel63
Chicklit and Ladlit68
Children’s and Young Adult Fiction71
Coe, Jonathan75
Colonial Fiction77
Compton-Burnett, Ivy82
Conrad, Joseph83
Crace, Jim88
Critical Theory and the Novel90
Doyle, Roddy98
Drabble, Margaret99
Durrell, Lawrence102
Edwardian Fiction106
Fantasy Fiction113
Farrell, J. G.117
Feminist Fiction119
Figes, Eva123
The Film Industry and Fiction125
Firbank, Ronald129
Fitzgerald, Penelope130
Ford, Ford Madox132
Forster, E. M.136
Fowles, John140
Frayn, Michael143
Galloway, Janice146
Galsworthy, John147
Gibbon, Lewis Grassic151
Globalization and the Novel152
Golding, William156
Graves, Robert159
Gray, Alasdair161
Green, Henry162
Greene, Graham165
Gunn, Neil M.170
Hamilton, Patrick172
Historical Fiction174
Hollinghurst, Alan178
Huxley, Aldous180
Irish Fiction184
Isherwood, Christopher189
Ishiguro, Kazuo192
James, P. D.195
Jenkins, Robin196
Jewish Fiction198
Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer202
Johnson, B. S.203
Joyce, James205
Kelman, James211
Kennedy, A. L.213
Kiely, Benedict214
Kureishi, Hanif217
Lawrence, D. H.219
Lehmann, Rosamond225
Lewis, Wyndham227
Lively, Penelope230
London in Fiction232
Lowry, Malcolm237
Macaulay, Rose241
Manning, Olivia242
Mantel, Hilary244

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Table of contents

  • Editors i
  • The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature WWW.Literatureencyclopedia.Com ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Entries vii
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Notes on Contributors to Volume III xv
  • Introduction to Volume III 937
  • A 942
  • B 980
  • C 995
  • D 1034
  • E 1052
  • F 1066
  • G 1094
  • H 1121
  • I 1145
  • J 1154
  • K 1167
  • L 1180
  • M 1198
  • N 1252
  • O 1270
  • P 1277
  • Q 1296
  • R 1300
  • S 1325
  • T 1365
  • U 1370
  • V 1373
  • W 1378
  • Z 1398
  • Index 1400
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