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57 BIBLIOGRAPHY, NEWS, AND NOTES Compiled and Edited by H. E. Gerber, Barbara Blakey, Bernard Quint and Mary Ellen Quint, with abstracts by others, as noted. This listing includes unabstracted references to all pertinent articles we have published in Volume XV, Nos 1-4 (1972), as well as abstracts of items published elsewhere on the authors we have been listing regularly. We list only authors on whom we have published a selected bibliography, a bibliography in depth, or on whom a project is in progress either for publication in the Annotated Secondary Bibliography Series being published by Northern Illinois University Press or in ELT. In general, we shall not include abstracts of reviews of secondary works unless they contain significant comments on primary works. In general, we shall not abstract items already abstracted in Dissertation Abstracts, although we shall list such items. Persons who have assumed responsibility for abstracts on particular authors are appropriately credited in a by-line. Contributors of scattered items are credited in brackets at the end of the relevant entry. Bibliographies wanted: Since relatively little current research appears on the following authors, we list their names here and await offers from our readers to prepare selected, in most cases, annotated bibliographies of items about them, or to prepare, in a few cases, bibliographies in depth. From time to time, as our backlog diminishes, we shall add other names. We are, of course, always ready to discuss projects on authors not now listed but who fall within the scope of ELT. Max Beerbohm John Davis Beresford Walter Besant Gilbert Cannan Edward Carpenter William de Morgan Lord Alfred Douglas Norman Gale W. L. George H. Rider Haggard Maurice Hewlett Lionel Johnson Rose Macaulay William McFee ARNOLD BENNETT By Anita Miller Compton Mackenzie W. B. Maxwell Leonard Merrick C. E. Montague Arthur Morrison Oliver Onions Edwin Pugh We published James G. Hepburn's selected annotated bibliography of writings about Bennett in EFT, I: 1 (1957). 7-12, and additional items in various numbers since then. Mrs. Miller will continue to abstract items appearing currently. Alajouanine, Th. "Appendice," Correspondance 1910-1946, by LéonPaul Fargue et Valéry Larbaud, ed by Th. Alajouanine (Paris: Gallimard, 1971). pp. 290, 297. See Léon-Paul Fargue et Val- éry Larbaud. ........ "Notes," Correspondance 1910-1946, by Léon-Paul Fargue et Valéry Larbaud, ed by Th. Alajouanine (Paris: Gallimard , 1971), pp. 309. L 11, η 6 & 7; 330, L 100, η 1; 330, L 101, η 2: 331. L 104, η 4: 331. L 105, η 1¡ 347, L 173, η 1( 357, L 241, η 1. See Léon-Paul Fargue et Valéry Larbaud. 58 Aubry, G. Jean. See Valéry Larbaud et G. Jean-Aubry. Correspondance 1920-1935, ed by Frida Weissman (Paris: Gallimard, 1971), ϕ ϕ ΤΤδ", 22, 24, 29, 125, 14?, 187. Ausmus, Martin R. "Some Forms of the Sequence Novel in British Fiction," Dissertation Abstracts, XXX (I969), 1975A. [The Clayhanger trilogy is examined, along with work by Galsworthy, Sassoon and Joyce Cary.] Behrman, S. N. People in a Diary (Boston: little, Brown, 1972), pp. 15, 19-20, 38, 109-11, 113, 179, 180, 288, 303. [B told Behrman that Don Juan de Maraña was the best play he had written. "My Don Juan isn't just a chippy chaser; he represents the search for the perfect woman," Behrman had lunch at Cadogan Square and recorded a strong impression of B·s life with Dorothy Cheston. Later he discussed B with Somerset Maugham, who said that B had once called him to announce his engagement to a girl who, it developed, had had no idea that B had any thoughts of marriage, so no "engagement " actually existed.] Bell, Quentin. Virginia Woolf: A Biography (NY: Harcourt-BraceJovanovich , 1972), pp. 29, 104, 105, I06, 111, 133, 174, I85. [in the twenties Woolf complained that "people like Bennett say I can't create. . . characters that survive," and mentioned in a letter "the falsity of the past, by which I mean Bennett and Galsworthy and so on. ..." But in 1933, in a pamphlet written about Walter Sickert, she compares Sickert as an artist with Dickens, Balzac, Gissing and the earlier B. By I934 only Wells survived of her old antagonists: she...


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