Review of "The Cambridge history of twentieth-century English literature" edited by Laura Marcus and Peter Nicholls
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From the outset it should be said that this book contains a great many well-written, expert and thoroughly researched papers produced by a large number of scholars who obviously know what they are talking about. If I nevertheless find this publication by and large disappointing, that is because the title is in some respects quite misleading, and the organisation of the parts into a whole leaves much to be desired.
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