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|Title||:||The Sixth Continent: A Literary History of Romney Marsh|
|Format Type||:||Unknown Binding|
|Number of Pages||:||240 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Sixth Continent: A Literary History of Romney Marsh Reviews
Contains information about various authors and their experience in Romney Marsh. Includes a very brief bibliography. It was frustrating reading, as the author assumed the reader was more familiar with each author and their works. I got this because I am a fan of Joseph Conrad, who lived and worked for a time in Romney Marsh. I found the information about him the most interesting. But it was full of anecdotes about the personal lives of these authors. I was left with the overwhelming feeling that to be a writer in that area of England required that one had a intensely unhappy personal life and little or no morals. The exceptions were Henry James, who enjoyed his time there, and Joseph Conrad. And all of these authors were struggling financially almost the entire time.I will make this available to anyone interested in these authors or in this area of England. Authors included are:Henry JamesH. G. WellsJoseph ConradFord Madox FordStephen CraneConrad AikenE. F. BensonRadclyffe HallJohn FletcherE. NesbitNoel Coward