Conspirators and Poets: Reviews and Essays by D. J. Enright
Conspirators and Poets: Reviews and Essays by D. J. Enright (Chatto & Windus / 1966)
'At his best, perhaps on poetry, D. J. Enright writes finely about Wilfred Owen, Robert Graves and Philip Larkin and at his most pulverising about the cult of Dylan Thomas. Other subjects in the book range from Snow to Durrell, from Goethe to Mary McCarthy, from Italian novelists to easter manuals of sex'
An excellent resource for the student of literature.
First edition hardback in very good condition. Very small amount of note-making and underlining in blue biro. Very well preserved dustjacket on account of it being covered with dustjacket cover but no signs of this having been a library copy. Name of original owner in biro on opening blank page.