From the Late Inter-War Years to 2010
History of English Literature is a comprehensive, eight-volume survey of English literature from the Middle Ages to the early twenty-first century. Volume 8 begins with the 1920s, beginnign with works by W. H. Auden and George Orwell. Discussion includes the works of Beckett, Doris Lessing, Murdoch, Heaney, Rushdie, Ian McEwan and more.
Part V The Theatre of the Absurd, the ‘Angry Young Men’, and Political Theatre
Part V The Theatre of the Absurd, the ‘Angry Young Men’, and Political Theatre § 102. Coward I: The prancing, fatuous middle class At least one fifth of the over fifty plays written by Noël Coward (1899–1973) is still occasionally performed in the...
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