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Hello Towns! 1929. Nearer the Grass Roots. 1929. The American County Fair. 1930. Perhaps Women. I 9 31. No Swank. 1934. Puzzled America. 1935. A Writer's Conception of Realism. 1939. Home Town. 1940. Memoirs. 1942; edited by Ray Lewis White, 1969. Return to Winesburg (essays), edited by Ray Lewis White. 196 7. The Buck Fever Papers, edited by Welford Dunaway Taylor. 1971. France and Anderson: Paris Notebook 1921. edited by Michael Fanning. 1976. Bibliography: Anderson: A Bibliography by Eugene P.
The concerns and themes of Amis's fiction can sometimes be seen to link closely with his poems, though poetry is now a minor activity. His verse is of a piece with his fiction - as might be expected with influences from Graves and Empson -with irony, satiric intentions, and a habit of nonplussing the reader. -Norman Macleod ANAND, Mulk Raj. Indian. Born in Peshawar, 12 December 1905. A. (honours) 1924; University College, University of London, I 926-2 9 ; Cambridge University, I 929-30; League of Nations School of Intellectual Cooperation, Geneva, 193Q-32.
The Volcano: Lectures on the Painting of Rabindranath Tagore. 1968. Annals of Childhood. 1968. Ajunta, photographs by R. R. Bhurdwaj. 1971. Seven Summers. 1972. Editor, Editor, Editor, Editor, Marx and Engels on India. 1933. with Iqbal Singh, Indian Short Stories. 1947. Introduction to Indian Art, by A. K. Coomaraswamy. 1956. Experiments: Contemporary Indian Short Stories. 1968. Reading List: Anand: A Critical Essay, 1948, and The Lotus and the Elephant, 1954, both by Jack Lindsay; An Ideal of Man in Anand's Novels by D.
20th-Century Fiction by George Woodcock (auth.)