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Writers in Britain

Poets of the First World War (Writers in Britain)

by Nicola Lee-Brown

  • 59 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Trafalgar Square Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: First World War,
  • Poetry & poets: from c 1900 -,
  • Writers, poets & dramatists,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • English,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • British Isles,
  • Europe,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections,
  • Poetry - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10200103M
    ISBN 10023752239X
    ISBN 109780237522391

      Top 10 books about walking in Britain Travelling on foot is a national obsession that has inspired a whole tradition of great writing, from Laurie Lee to Iain Sinclair Gail SimmonsAuthor: Gail Simmons. Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning conducted their love affair through verse and produced many tender and passionate poems. Both Matthew Arnold and Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote poems which sit somewhere in between the exultation of nature of the romantic Poetry and the Georgian Poetry of the early 20th century.

      'I fell out of bed laughing': writers on their favourite funny book. Nina Stibbe, David Nicholls, Bridget Christie and others reveal the books that made them laugh the most. Modern British Mysteries. These are modern authors whose first book was published after This list is not meant to include all authors during the period, but only those whose books that I have read and enjoyed. Note that these books are set in Britain, though .

      P. D. Viner is a British crime writer who has published two novels and two long novellas. Recently, he completed a manuscript titled “The Funeral Director,” which is set in western New : James Ledbetter. Jan Morris is a Welsh writer specialising in history and travel writing, and is known for her in-depth prose describing individual cities. In her early life she was famous for covering the expedition undertaken by John Hunt to Mount Everest in as a correspondent for The Times, and thus became one of Britain’s most well-known journalists.


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The Brontes (Writers in Britain) [David Orme] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This volume is part of the Writers in Britain series which introduces children to great literary figures.

Describing the background of the Bronte family. Touring the places that captured the imaginations of Britain’s most enduring and popular literary figures, A Reader’s Guide to Writers’ Britain is both a splendid bedside companion and an indispensable travel guide.

Every location is brought gloriously to life with anecdote and incident: Wordsworth’s Lakes, Dickens’ London, Robert Louis Stevenson’s Edinburgh, Dylan Thomas’ by: 2. Britain has also produced a number of acclaimed female writers like Jane Austen, George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), and the Bronte sisters.

In the contemporary era, British writers like Lauren Child and J. Rowling have emerged amongst the most popular writers of children’s books. British novelist, Roald Dahl, has straddled both the adult short story and the children’s story genre. Many believe his first book to be James and the Giant Peach, but it was in fact a picture book called The Gremlins, which was adapted from the script for the potential, but unrealised, Walt Disney : Josephine Price.

Devoney Looser's study, Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain,will prove to be a landmark publication. Looser provides an in-depth survey of the lives of a selection of women writers from the time period, from well-known authors like Jane Austen to those who have become obscure, like Jane by: CONSTABLE ACROSS THE MOORS a perfect feel-good read from one of Britain’s best-loved authors (Constable Nick Mystery Book 4) NICHOLAS RHEA out of 5 stars Jewish Women Writers in Britain.

Paperback – December 1, by Nadia Valman (Editor, Contributor), Cynthia Scheinberg (Contributor), Rachel Potter (Contributor), Sarah Sceats (Contributor), Sue Vice (Contributor), Peter Lawson (Contributor), Louise Sylvester (Contributor), Phyllis Lassner (Contributor), David Brauner (Contributor), Lucy Wright (Contributor), Cheryl Verdon Price: $   Pride and Prejudice was runner-up in a poll to find Britain’s best-loved book.

The author of such literary classics as Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility has a deserving place among Britain’s most famous writers. Born inJane Austen is known for six novels, all set among the aristocracy and fundamentally romantic, but.

Books shelved as british-authors: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Harry Potter and the Chamber. The first selection on this list, British writer Alexander McCall Smith’s 44 Scotland Street ()—the first book in a series of the same name—takes readers to a bustling bohemian street in Edinburgh’s New Town, specifically to building No.

There we are introduced to an eccentric widow, a self-preening-obsessed surveyor, and a mother determined to have her five-year-old son master. One of Britain's most accomplished, acclaimed, and garlanded writers, Hilary Mantel brutally and acutely recreates Tudor England in this Man Booker Prize-winning novel.

She deploys her gifts for penetrating, unsparing characterization to breathe thrilling new life into the well-trodden territory of Henry VIII Author: Off The Shelf.

1, books based on votes: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, The Complete Sherlock Holm. The Silent Traveller series – 11 books about his travels in Britain, the USA and Japan Ella Maillart ( – ) – Swiss travel writer.

Turkestan Solo - One Woman's Expedition from the Tien Shan to the Kizil Kum (her journey from Moscow to Kirghizstan and Uzbekistan in ) The Cruel Way (from Geneva to Kabul) The Land of the Sherpas. This island kingdom is tiny and populated with a royal family of 4 (?) kids and maybe an Aunt or nutty father.

The time period is a bit before World War II. The title is the name of the family. I believe there are three or four books. I can not for the life of me remember the title nor author of the book. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks Annie. Charles Dickens (–70) emerged on the literary scene in the late s and soon became probably the most famous novelist in the history of British literature.

The top 10 funniest books almost certainly reflect the opinions of Britain's Baby Boomer Generation. The humor of Spike Milligan probably means very little to Brits under America's leading humorist, David Sedaris, appears to have made little impact on the UK.

books based on votes: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, Pride and Prejudice. To keep the list manageable, only authors with estimated sales of at least million are included.

Authors of comic books are not included unless they have been published in book format (for example, comic albums, manga tankōbon volumes, trade paperbacks, or graphic novels). Fiction in general Commonwealth Writers Prize Dundee International Book Prize Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize Goldsmiths Prize Hawthornden Prize James Tait Black Memorial Prize, for fiction Booker Prize (formerly the Man Booker Prize) Rathbones Folio Prize Republic of.

Through a poetic writing style matched with a strong comic touch, Charles Dickens portrays, with great awareness, the troubles and the sense of social injustice of the Victorian working class people.

With the intent of revealing the disreputable side of the era, his works focus on the hypocrisy, the discrimination and the poverty of the British class system, diminishing ideas of civilisation.

19 Contemporary British Novels You Need to Read Now Here is my list of the novelists you must read to get up to snuff on British novel-writing.

For authors who I perceive to already be big.She was Britain’s top-selling author at the height of her career, and something like a staggering one in three library books withdrawn was a Catherine Cookson. Her novels are well-written, absorbing, and meticulously researched, with great story lines that translated superbly into television and film.Best Historical Fiction Set in UK and Ireland Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.