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by Allan Massie

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Author:
Allan Massie
ISBN13:
978-0582004078
ISBN:
0582004071
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Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (October 17, 1990)
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History & Criticism
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This is a survey of contemporary British fiction. Focussing primarily on the distinctive achievement and personality of each writer, the author also discusses the contribution of British fiction to such genres as women's writing, the political novel, spy and crime fiction. It addresses questions such as the rise of mass market publishing and the emergence of an international readership in assessing the role of the modern author as we approach the twenty-first century.

His 1989 novel about Vichy France, A Question of Loyalties, won the Saltire Society's Scottish Book of the Year award - an award he has been . The Novel Today: A Critical Guide to the British Novel, 1970-1989 - (1990).

His 1989 novel about Vichy France, A Question of Loyalties, won the Saltire Society's Scottish Book of the Year award - an award he has been shortlisted for more than once. The Sins of the Fathers (1991) caused a controversy when Nicholas Mosley resigned from the judging panel for the Booker Prize, protesting that none of his books (of which Massie's was the favourite) made it on to the shortlist (Martin Amis' Time's Arrow edged out Massie's novel for the final spot on the six book list). The History of Selkirk Merchant Company 1694 - 1994 - (1994).

The Novel Today A Critical Guide to the British Novel.

The novel today; a personal voice: Anthony Powell, Graham Greene, Iris Murdoch, Muriel Spark, Kingsley Amis The moral imperative: . Allan Massie CBE is a Scottish journalist, columnist, sports writer and novelist. Byatt; Margaret Drabble, Stanley Middleton, David Storey, Stan Barstow, Alan Sillitoe, William McIlvanney, James Kelman, Alasdair Gray, Iain Crichton Smith Politics and the novel: Doris Lessing, Nadine Gordimer, Brian Moore, William Trevor, . We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

London, vi, 97, 1990.

A personal voice: Anthony Powell, Graham Greene, Iris Murdoch, Murial Spark, Kingsley Amis. Politics and the novel: Doris Lessing, Nadine Gordimer, Brian Moore, William Trevor, . The moral imperative: . Byatt, Margaret Drabble, Stanley Middleton, David Storey, Stan Barstow, Alan Sillitoe, William McIlvanney, James Kelman, Alasdair Gray, Iain Chrichton Smith. Naipaul, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Piers Paul Read, Fay Weldon. Genre fiction: Anthony Burgess, William Golding, Robert Nye, Peter Vansittart, John Banville, . Ballard, Michael Moorcock, John Le Carré, .

The novel today; a personal voice: Anthony Powell, Graham Greene, Iris Murdoch, Muriel Spark, Kingsley Amis The moral .

This is a survey of contemporary British fiction. Focussing primarily on the distinctive achievement and personality of each writer, the author also discusses the contribution of British fiction to such genres as women's writing, the political novel, spy and crime fiction. It addresses questions such as the rise of mass market publishing and the emergence of an international readership in assessing the role of the modern author as we approach the twenty-first century.