19362Re: [mythsoc] '50 Greatest Postwar British Writers'
- Jan 16, 2008At 06:57 AM 1/16/2008, you wrote:
>2a. '50 Greatest Postwar British Writers'If one puts angle brackets around URLs, they should then work as a
> Posted by: "John D Rateliff" sacnoth@... sacnoth32
> Date: Tue Jan 15, 2008 4:55 pm ((PST))
>A friend in England sent me this link, which I thought I'd share.
>Seems to be an interesting mix of literary and popular. Glad to see
>Tolkien made it in the top ten.
clickable link in most email programs.
I did try copying and pasting the link, but that did not work.
Hopefully the angle brackets will.
It's an interesting list, but I must confess to being surprised that
some of the better mystery writers were let off. I would have
thought that P. D. James might have made the list, as her Adam
Dalgliesh novels are so wonderfully written and many have been
adapted for the small screen. I was pleased by the inclusion of
Rosemary Sutcliff, as her Arthurian works are some of the best
historical works for the Romano-Celtic period in Britain that I have
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