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Standard Name: Bennett, Alan
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|Fictionalization||W. H. Auden||
His influence on poetry written in English has continued into the twenty-first century. In Alan Bennett 's The Habit of Art, performed and published in 2009, dramatised the reunion of Auden and Britten late...
|Friends, Associates||Fay Weldon|
|Literary responses||Ivy Compton-Burnett|
|Literary responses||Richmal Crompton|
|Literary responses||Sarah Kane||
A propos the Sheffield production of 2015, Alan Bennett commented on the difficulty of achieving realism with such extreme violence: how can a character mutilated on stage be shown as having attention for anything at...
|Literary responses||Philip Larkin|
|Literary responses||Hilary Mantel||
Colin Burrow found this novel brilliant, perhaps perverse, offering substantial and deep pleasure to the reader, excelling particularly when the historical record is uncertain or contradictory, well able to stand comparison with the portrait of...
Alan Bennett noted in February 2010 that the house has a blue plaque saying that Yeats lived there, but no mention that Plath died there.
Eliot, George. “Editorial Materials”. Essays of George Eliot, edited by Thomas Pinney, Columbia University Press, 1963, p. various pages.
23 August 1960
The satirical review Beyond the Fringe, launched at the Edinburgh Festival, inaugurated a new style of surreal and irreverent topical comedy in Britain.