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Edgell Rickword

Synopsis
Describes the literary situation immediately after World War 1 when Edgell Rickword began to contribute to the ‘TLS’, the ‘New Statesman’ and other literary journals. Gives an account of the ‘Calendar of Modern Letters’ which he founded in 1925 and terminated in 1927. He gives his views on the political influences on writers of the Thirties and his subsequent career as editor of the ‘Left Review’.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Audio; Audiocassette. 30 min.
Year of production
1979
Availability
out of distribution
Documentation
Sixth-form students and undergraduates.
Subjects
English language and literature
Keywords
Fiction in English; Rickword, Edgell

Credits

Producer
T Evans
Cast
David E Gerard 

Production Company

Name

College of Librarianship Wales

Notes
now University College of Wales, Department of Library and Information Studies

Distributor

Name

Drake Educational Associates

Web
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Phone
029 2056 0333
Fax
029 2055 4909
Address
St Fagans Road, Fairwater
Cardiff
CF5 3AE
Notes
Contact: R G Drake, Managing Director

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