An Island within an Island: V. S. Pritchett during World War II
Bloom, Jonathan (2013), An Island within an Island: V. S. Pritchett during World War II, Sewanee Review, 121, 1, p. 59-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/sew.2013.0017
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Abstract (EN)Although V. S. Pritchett, like many men of his generation, including some of the most prominent twentieth-century English writers, such as Graham Greene, George Orwell, Henry Green, Christopher Isherwood, W. H. Auden, and Stephen Spender, did not serve in either of the world wars, these conflicts defined his fiction writing career: the first was responsible for his beginning while the second crystallized his choice of the common man as his central subject.
Subjects / KeywordsSecond World War; Pritchett, V.S.
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