Fb2 Essays on Literature and Ideas ePub
by John Wain
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Greenwood Press; New edition edition (January 1, 1978)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1445 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1272 kb|
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John Wain, English novelist and poet whose early works caused him, by their radical tone, to be spoken of as. .
John Wain, English novelist and poet whose early works caused him, by their radical tone, to be spoken of as one of the Angry Young Men of the 1950s. He was also a critic and playwright. Wain was educated at St. John’s College, Oxford, of which he subsequently became a fellow. Wain wrote a considerable body of literary criticism, including Preliminary Essays (1957), Essays on Literature and Ideas (1963), and The Living World of Shakespeare (1964; rev. e. 1979).
Books cost two dollars then, and must have cost libraries rather less, and in pinched times seemed in abundant supply. The libraries and the railroad stations were the monumental structures that a citizen of Roosevelt’s America was most apt to enter, and the era of television and the airplane has yet to construct with a comparable dignity.
13 8 Movement writers such as Amis and Wain were included, in retrospect, into the ‘Angry’ group after its creation by literary journalists in 1956, mainly as a direct response to John Osborne’s play, Look Back in Anger, and Colin Wilson’s philosophical and existentialist book, The Outsider. John Osborne, Look Back in Anger (London: Faber, 1956); Colin Wilson, The Outsider (London: Pan, 1978), first published 1956.
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Wain was often referred to as one of the "Angry Young Men", a term applied to 1950s writers such as John Braine, John Osborne, Alan Sillitoe and Keith Waterhouse, radicals who opposed . Essays on Literature and Ideas (1963). The Living World of Shakespeare, a playgoer's guide (1964).
Wain was often referred to as one of the "Angry Young Men", a term applied to 1950s writers such as John Braine, John Osborne, Alan Sillitoe and Keith Waterhouse, radicals who opposed the British establishment and conservative elements of society at that time. Indeed, he did contribute to Declaration, an anthology of manifestos by writers associated with the philosophy, and a chapter of his novel, Hurry on Down, was excerpted in a popular paperback sampler, Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Me. Theodore Roethke (1964) (in Critical Quarterly).