An inescapable relation: J.B. Priestley, Aldous Huxley and the United States in British literature on the eve of World War Two

Pollard, Finn (2013) An inescapable relation: J.B. Priestley, Aldous Huxley and the United States in British literature on the eve of World War Two. Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 17 (1). pp. 39-56. ISSN 1362-7902

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An inescapable relation: J.B. Priestley, Aldous Huxley and the United States in British literature on the eve of World War Two

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Abstract

Explores the representation of the United States in the writings of Huxley and Priestley during the 1930s with a particular focus on their 1939 novels After Many a Summer and Let the People Sing! Analyses the relationship between this cultural dimension of Anglo-American relations and the state of those relations in political, diplomatic and other terms.

Keywords:Anglo-American Relations, J.B. Priestley, Aldous Huxley
Subjects:Q Linguistics, Classics and related subjects > Q323 English Literature by topic
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V146 Modern History 1920-1949
Q Linguistics, Classics and related subjects > Q321 English Literature by period
Divisions:College of Arts > School of History & Heritage > School of History & Heritage (History)
ID Code:10626
Deposited On:30 Jun 2013 18:45

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