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Henry Green

Renowned for his twentieth-century modernist novels Party Going (1939), Living (1929), and Loving (1945), he’s also remembered for such later 1940s and early 1950s functions of fiction simply because Concluding (1948) and Doting (1952). In 1926, after briefly participating in Oxford School, he released his debut book, Blindness. His Globe War II-era provider in Great Britain’s Auxiliary Fireplace Service up to date two of his 1940s books: Captured and Back. Blessed Henry Vincent Yorke in Gloucestershire, Britain, to a family group of politicians, landowners, and nobles, he was the kid of Vincent Wodehouse Yorke and Maud Evelyn Wyndham. He and fellow United kingdom novelist Anthony Powell had been classmates and close friends at Eton University.

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