J.A.W. Bennett (Author of Essays on Malory)
GUILD COURT (1883)
HOME AGAIN (1887)
THE LIGHT PRINCESS (1893)
THE PORTENT (1895)
THE PRINCESS AND CURDIE (1883)
THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN (1920)
ROBERT FALCONER (1868)
Essays on Alan Bennett Waiting For The Telegram - Essay Depo
A realistic portrayalof small-town life perhaps, but not a viewpoint that was standard in1956 — hence the novel's scandal and its success!]
(1940)[Narrative poem, a huge success at the time of its publication, and the inspiration forthe 1944 movie .
Lucy Watson, newly graduated from normal school,takes up her first assignment, in the wilderness communityof Cedar Ridge: "The only instructions given Lucy were that she wasto go among the families living in the backwoods between Cedar Ridgeand what was called the Rim Rock and to use her abilities to the bestadvantage in teaching them to have better homes." Lucy takes fulladvantage of this very wide mandate.]
(1927 [U.S copyright date; published in book form in 1947])[Western novel, which opens with the birth (in the Texas Panhandle)of our cowboy hero, Panhandle Smith ("Pan"),and follows his adventures through to manhood.