BRITISH WRITERS, Supplement III by General Editor & Carol Howard, Associate Editor George Stade

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Sheriff's Journey's End Edith Sitwell's Gold Coast Customs Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own Yeats's The Winding Stair Second surrealist manifesto; Salvador Dali joins the surrealists Epstein's Night and Day Mondrian's Composition with Yellow Blue Allied occupation of the Rhineland ends Mohandas Gandhi opens civil disobedience campaign in India CHRONOLOGY 1931 1932 The Daily Worker, journal of the British Communist party, begins publishing J. W. Reppe makes artificial fabrics from an acetylene base John Arden born Auden's Poems Coward's Private Lives Eliot's Ash Wednesday Wyndham Lewis' The Apes of God Maugham's Cakes and Ale Ezra Pound's XXX Cantos Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies The failure of the Credit Anstalt in Austria starts a financial collapse in Central Europe Britain abandons the gold standard; the pound falls by twentyfive percent Mutiny in the Royal Navy at Invergordon over pay cuts Ramsay MacDonald resigns, splits the Cabinet, and is expelled by the Labour party; in the general election the National Government wins by a majority of five hundred seats The Statute of Westminster defines dominion status Ninette de Valois founds the VicWells Ballet (eventually the Royal Ballet) Coward's Cavalcade Dali's The Persistence of Memory John le Carre born O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra Anthony Powell's Afternoon Men Antoine de Saint-Exupery's Vol de nuit Walton's Belshazzar's Feast Virginia Woolf's The Waves Franklin D.

Daphne du Maurier MARGARET ANNE DOODY. Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities and Professor of English, Vanderbilt University. Director of Program in Comparative Literature, Vanderbilt University. Author of A Natural Passion: A Study of the Novels of Samuel Richardson; Aristotle Detective; The Daring Muse: Augustan Poetry Reconsidered; Frances Burney: The Life in the Works; and The True Story of the Novel (forthcoming). Frances Burney RICHARD BRAVERMAN. Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University.

P. G. Wodehouse BROOKE ALLEN. Writer and critic. Author of articles on Henry Green, George Bernard Shaw, Wilkie Collins, Evelyn Waugh, David Livingstone, and other nineteenth- and twentieth-century writers. Has contributed reviews and essays to numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times Book Review, New Criterion, NineteenthCentury Prose, Common Knowledge, TwentiethCentury Literature, and The Encyclopaedia of British Humorists. She has also been an editor and written for television and the theater.

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