English Literature in the Twentieth Century

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

NOVELS
1898 'A Man from the North.'
1902 'Anna of the Five Towns.'
1903 'Leonora.'
1904 'A Great Man.'
1905 'Sacred and Profane Love.' (Revised edition, U. S.
1911: 'The Book of Carlotta.')
1906 'Whom God hath Joined.'
1908 'Buried Alive.'
'The Old Wives' Tale.'
1910 'Clayhanger.'
1911 'The Card.' (U. S.: 'Denry the Audacious.')
'Hilda Lessways.'
1913 'The Regent.'
1914 'The Price of Love.'
1916 'These Twain.'
1918 'The Pretty Lady.'
1919 'The Roll-Call.'
1922 'Mr. Prohack.'
'Lilian.'
1923 'Riceyman Steps.'
1927 'The Vanguard.'
1930 'Imperial Palace.' Rising
1932 'Dream of Destiny' (unfinished); and 'Venus Rising from the Sea.'

SHORT STORIES
1905 'Tales of the Five Towns.'
1907 'The Grim Smile of the Five Towns.'
1912 'The Matador of the Five Towns.'
1924 'Elsie and the Child.'
'The Woman who Stole Everything.'

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  • Title Page *
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  • Chapter I - Introductory 1
  • Chapter II - Victorian Survivors 21
  • Bibliography 36
  • Chapter III - George Bernard Shaw (1856- ) 45
  • Bibliography 86
  • Chapter IV - Shaw's Successors 89
  • Bibliography - (dates of Production) 99
  • Chapter V - The Irish Renaissance 100
  • Bibliography 122
  • Chapter VI - Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) 125
  • Bibliography 137
  • Chapter VII - Herbert George Wells (1866- ) 139
  • Bibliography 161
  • Chapter VIII - John Galsworthy (1867-1933) 163
  • Bibliography 183
  • Chapter IX - Arnold Bennett (1867-1931) 185
  • Bibliography 199
  • Chapter X - Georgian Novelists 201
  • Bibliography 254
  • Chapter XI - Essays, Journalism and Travel 259
  • Chapter XII - Lytton Strachey 281
  • Chapter XIII - Masefield and the New Georgian Poets 292
  • Bibliography 330
  • Index 335
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