Known for his functions of literary criticism, this University or college of Oxford British literature teacher wrote for London’s Weekend Times and added to such arts and literature-themed tv applications as The Evaluate Show and Sunday Evaluate. Early in his profession, he edited anthologies of poems by John Milton and Andrew Marvell. He offered as chairman of the person Booker Reward committee. His book-length magazines include What Great Will be the Arts? as well as the Violent Effigy: A REPORT of Dickens’ Creativity. A indigenous of London, Britain, he went to St. John’s University, Oxford. He and his wife Gill became parents to sons called Thomas and Leo. In the first 1990s, he released a work entitled The Intellectuals as well as the Masses: Satisfaction and Prejudice among the Literary Intelligentsia, 1880-1939 that harshly criticized Virginia Woolf, H.G. Wells, and additional modernist writers.