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Angus Wilson and His Works

S.S. Agarwalla (Author)
Synopsis This excellent book on Angue Wilson who is a trail-blazing novelist, comining in himk the characteristics of contemporaneity and humanism, is a remarkable addition to critical analysis of the work of an outstanding novelist of the present century. The author of the present book applies all the skills of a literary critic-analysis and comparison which is highly spoken of by the Western critic-analysis and comparison which is highly spoken of by the Western critics, especially by T.S. Eliot, to whom these are tools of criticism. Armed with an insightful study of Angus Wilson, the author makes a delightful contribution to modern Literary criticism, particularly Ind-Anglian Criticism, by stressing wilson’s moralism and his satirical impulse. All told, Angus Wilson becomes in this masterly revaluation, a novelist of mature sensibility, one belonging, like Austen and dickens, to the greast Tradition. This book will prove as an asset to all students of English literature and also to all libraries – public and private.
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About the author

S.S. Agarwalla

Dr. S.S. Agarwa;;a (b. 1943) M.A., Ph.D. who started literature in St. Xavier's College and Marwari College, Ranchi, is, at present, Principal, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia College, Ranchi. He authored and edited many books in his area of specialization. Being a keen observer of Indian scenes-politica, social and economic, he had written several articles which were published in national and regional dailies and journals both in English and Hindi. He writes in a sharp. penetrating, clear and falwless language.

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Title Angus Wilson and His Works
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170996023
length x+202p., Notes; References; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.