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By Peter Nicholls

Overlaying the entire variety of writing in England, Scotland, Wales and eire, this quantity additionally explores the effect of writing from the previous colonies on English literature of the interval. It analyzes the ways that traditional literary genres have been prompted by means of the cultural applied sciences of radio, cinema and tv. This paintings is of significant significance to an individual serious about twentieth-century literature, its cultural context and its relation to the modern. Cambridge Histories Online

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