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George Moore in Perspective

George Moore in Perspective
Our Price: €32.75
ISBN/EAN9780861401208
Stock: 1
Publisher: Colin Smythe Ltd
Pub. Date: June 13 1983
Author: Dunleavy, Janet Egleson
Format: Hardback
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George Moore was considered during his lifetime to have been one of the supreme masters of prose style in the early years of the 20th century, and he was renowned for rewriting his books as his style developed. His many famous works include Hail and Farewell!, The Lake, A Drama in Muslin (rewritten as Muslin), Evelyn Innes, Esther Waters, The Brook Kerith and A Story Teller's Holiday, though many would immediately call to mind others of his oeuvre. Moore died in January 1933 and this collection was brought together to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his death
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