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Wydham Lewis: November 18, 1882 -- March 7, 1957 Distinguished and highly original, Wyndham Lewis was known for his sharp wit and sardonic insight. A modern master of satire, Lewis was born off the coast of Nova Scotia in his English father's yacht on November 18, 1882, and grew up in England with his mother. He was associated with Roger Fry and Ezra Pound on the vorticist magazine, Blast (1914--1915). Lewis served in France in World War I, and his dynamic paintings of war scenes soon gained him wide recognition for his art, now represented in the Tate Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and in the Museum of Modern Art, New York. After the publication of his naturalistic novel Tarr (1918), he became prominent as a writer. His major work of fiction is The Human Age (1955--56). He also wrote Doom of Youth, The Hitler Cult, and The Jews, Are They Human? Lewis died in London on March 7, 1957. (Bowker Author Biography)
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Not to be confused with the humorist and biographer D. B. Wyndham-Lewis.

Tarr 363 copies, 1 review
The Apes of God 277 copies, 1 review
The Revenge for Love 195 copies, 1 review
Self Condemned 141 copies, 1 review
The Childermass 124 copies, 2 reviews
Blast 1 109 copies
Blasting and Bombardiering 66 copies, 1 review
Snooty Baronet 54 copies
Journey into Barbary 52 copies, 1 review
Rotting Hill 42 copies
Malign Fiesta 36 copies
Men Without Art 34 copies
The Human Age 24 copies
The Wild Body 22 copies
The Red Priest 10 copies
One-Way Song 8 copies
Enemy Salvoes 6 copies
The Jews Are They Human? 6 copies, 1 review
Hitler 6 copies
Doom of Youth 6 copies
Mixed lot. 1 copy
Coriolanus (Criticism, some editions) 2,412 copies, 46 reviews
The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse (Contributor, some editions) 246 copies, 3 reviews
Selected Poems, 1908–1969 (Cover artist, some editions) 202 copies, 1 review
The Bedside Lilliput (Contributor) 11 copies
The art of Wyndham Lewis (Contributor) 5 copies
GOLDEN SECTIONS (Introduction) 4 copies
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