Angus Wilson: A Biography

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Angus Wilson was a critic, lecturer and man of letters. Pre-eminently though he was a novelist, indeed, in the words of Paul Bailey 'no other novelist of his generation offered as complete and detailed a portrait of English society'. His first volume of stories, "The Wrong Set" (1949) - reissued in Faber Finds - launched Wilson as one of the most controversial, colourful and entertaining figures on the post-war literary scene, and he rapidly developed into a major novelist, maturing from enfant terrible to elder statesman ...

Angus Wilson: A Biography 2009, Faber & Faber, London

ISBN-13: 9780571253715

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Angus Wilson: A Biography 1999, St. Martin's Press, New York, NY

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Angus Wilson: A Biography 1997, St. Martin's Press

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Angus Wilson a Biography 1996, Random House (UK), London

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Angus Wilson: A Biography 1995, Secker & Warburg, London, England

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