Angus Frank Johnstone Wilson

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English writer of novels and short stories (1913-1991)

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Angus Wilson has told me that he lives in your village.
In Angus Wilson one may detect an almost erotic fascination with the English language, resurfacing mainly in the tense dichotomy of humour and seriousness.
British Fiction After Modernism, a collection of essays first presented at a conference in honor of Angus Wilson at the University of East Anglia in 2001, aims, in the words of the editors, "to restore some significance to a critically awkward phase of twentieth-century writing" (1).
Angus Wilson, general manager of Heathcotes at ACC Liverpool said: "This is real vote of confidence for all the catering staff."
In Jeanette Winterson's Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, she was the God-fearing gossip, following that with Kingsley Amis's The Old Devils and Angus Wilson's Anglo- Saxon Attitudes.
Books to be published under the new imprint will retail for approximately GBP9 and include titles such as Anglo Saxon Attitudes by Angus Wilson and Ghastly Good Taste by John Betjeman.
Byzantine historian Irene Winters, who is not only ferociously ambitious and obnoxiously sharp-tongued but also fashion-blind, reminds one of a tendency among certain male British novelists, Angus Wilson's Anglo-Saxon Attitudes maybe, to depict the rare Oxbridge female academic as a frump.
PROFESSOR MIDDLETON, the principal character of Angus Wilson's novel Anglo-Saxon Attitudes (1956), disarmingly states: 'I know nothing whatsoever about Dark Age Trade, or at any rate no more than befits a gentleman.'
Angus Wilson said the Angry Young Men were important because they brought to the surface an underlying rebellion against the complacency infecting British culture in the early to mid-50s.
Robin Wilson, his brother Angus Wilson and half-brother Simon Regan, lost everything when Major issued a libel writ against their magazine, Scallywag.
Owner Angus Wilson and his son Ruaira, eight, had already tried to rescue Meg.
Even British critical acclaim (notably from Angus Wilson, S.
It was getting on for a quarter of a century later - in 1977 - that Angus Wilson, totally free of Elsie Bambridge, produced The Strange Ride of Rudyard Kipling.
The Collected Stories of Angus Wilson was published in 1987.
Bond powered through from a scrum after Jason Reynolds had been denied and he added his third early in the second half, Angus Wilson converting for a 17-0 lead.