By Ian Scott-Kilvert
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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE 1935 1936 1936-1952 1936 discover artificial (induced) radioactivity Einstein's My Philosophy Fitzgerald's Tender Is the Night Graves's /, Claudius and Claudius the God Toynbee's A Study of History begins publication (1934-1954) Waugh's A Handful of Dust Deaths of Marie Curie, Frederick Delius, Edward Elgar, and Gustav Hoist Grigori Zinoviev and other Soviet leaders convicted of treason Stanley Baldwin becomes prime minister in National Government; National Government wins general election in Britain Italy invades Abyssinia Germany repudiates disarmament clauses of Treaty of Versailles Germany reintroduces compulsory military service and outlaws the Jews Robert Watson-Watt builds first practical radar equipment Karl Jaspers' Suffering and Existence Ivy Compton-Burnett's A House and Its Head Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral Barbara Hepworth's Three Forms George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess Greene's England Made Me Isherwood's Mr.
Senior Lecturer in English, University of Leicester (1972). Publications include Literature and Politics in the Nineteenth Century (with others); Dryden; and The Teaching of George Eliot (forthcoming). Evelyn Waugh. ALASTAIR NEIL ROBERTSON NIVEN. Director General, Africa Centre, London (1978); Honorary Lecturer, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Co-editor, the Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Editor, the Commonwealth Writer Overseas. Publications include D. H. Lawrence: The Novels; The Yoke of Pity; The Fiction of Mulk Raj Anand; and many articles on Commonwealth authors.
Chassis"—chaos—descends inexorably on the Boyles. The "Captain" is deserted by his friends when he fails to get the legacy. He casts off his daughter, Mary, when he hears that she has been left with child by her schoolteacher fiance. The family, like Ireland, is tragically divided. At the end Juno takes her daughter away and leaves Boyle to his drunken philosophizings. What small hope for humanity there is at the end of this play is due to the courage of its women. O'Casey's criticism of life is again conveyed through the repetition of significant key phrases.
BRITISH WRITERS, Volume 7 by Ian Scott-Kilvert