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Review: Afternoon MenUser Review - Paul - Goodreads
I found this book at a used book store in Minneapolis. Anthony Powell is one of my favorite writers, so I bought it. I think it was one of his earlier books, published in 1931. Just finished it. I ... Read full review
Afternoon Men - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Afternoon Men is the first published novel by the English writer Anthony Powell. In its characters and themes it anticipates some of the ground Powell would ...
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Anthony Powell Bibliography
Venusberg is the second of Powell's five pre-Dance novels and was published in 1932, one year after his debut novel, Afternoon Men. ...
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Afternoon Men (work by Powell) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
“Afternoon Men” (work by Powell) ... Thereafter he joined the London publishing house of Duckworth, which published his first novel, Afternoon Men (1931). ...
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Catalogue: Afternoon men / Anthony Powell
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Afternoon men / Anthony Powell. - New ed. - London : Heinemann, 1952. - 0434599018. Link to external resources:. Click on a line below to display details of ...
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Anthony Powell and His Critics
debt to Ronald Firbank is notable, Powell’s first novel, Afternoon Men, ... before Afternoon Men), Powell’s novel contains very little of the madcap ...
Anthony Powell, 94, Chronicler of the Changing Fortunes of ...
It is telling that ''Afternoon Men'' (1931), which relates the story of a ... ''Afternoon Men'' was followed by ''Venusberg'' (1932), ''From a View...
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The beautiful and the damned | Review | guardian.co.uk Books
Harriet demands of Atwater in Powell's Afternoon Men (1931). "No," he bluntly assures her. A sense of futility consequently envelopes the social gatherings ...
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Anthony Powell (Afternoon Men), and Virginia Woolf (Mrs Dalloway). .... The choice of Powell’s Afternoon Men as another brand of ‘understated comedy’ ...
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The unauthorized Anthony Powell by Brooke Allen
As a young novelist, Anthony Powell had a stroke of bad luck: he happened to be just two years younger than Evelyn Waugh, so that his own Afternoon Men came ...
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