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Biographies (4)

2,087 words, approx. 7 pages
William Plomer, poet, novelist, and librettist, earned lasting fame through his first book, a novel of South Africa, Turbott Wolfe (1925), begun when he was nineteen. This novel established Plomer's r... Read more
9,767 words, approx. 33 pages
A writer of extraordinary versatility, William Plomer earned in his lifetime a reputation as a novelist, poet, writer of short and longer stories, editor, broadcaster, librettist (in collaboration wit... Read more
3,757 words, approx. 13 pages
In his final decade the novelist, biographer, and poet William Plomer attained the kind of recognition generally conferred on establishment literary figures: he was made a fellow of the Royal Society,... Read more
6,639 words, approx. 23 pages
William Plomer was born in South Africa of English parents, but worked abroad for most of his life, first in Japan and then in England. The literary skills, emotional tendencies, and intellectual atti... Read more
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