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Arthur Ransome : a bibliography (2000)

by Wayne G. Hammond

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A prolific 20th-century author, editor, critic, reviewer and foreign correspondent, Arthur Ransome is historically considered one of the most important English children's writers between the wars. This first comprehensive bibliography describes in detail the various editions of the books he wrote and to which he contributed. Included in this work are more than 1,500 contributions by Ransome to newspapers and magazines, with extensive notes on their publication history. Among these contributions are controversial reports from Russia during World War I and the rise of the Bolsheviks.… (more)
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Arthur Ransome remarked in his autobiography that he seemed 'to have lived not one life but snatches from a dozen different lives'.
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A school librarian once remarked that Ransome's books are 'read so vigorously that they have to be replaced or rebound more often than the books of other authors' (Mary E. C. Fletcher, Spectator, 23 July 1943). (Introduction, p. ix)
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A prolific 20th-century author, editor, critic, reviewer and foreign correspondent, Arthur Ransome is historically considered one of the most important English children's writers between the wars. This first comprehensive bibliography describes in detail the various editions of the books he wrote and to which he contributed. Included in this work are more than 1,500 contributions by Ransome to newspapers and magazines, with extensive notes on their publication history. Among these contributions are controversial reports from Russia during World War I and the rise of the Bolsheviks.

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