H(enry) M(ajor) Tomlinson Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 33 pages of information about the life of H(enry) M(ajor) Tomlinson.
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During his long and varied literary career, H. M. Tomlinson wrote thirty book-length works that, in terms of sheer volume and variety, place him among the most prolific writers of the modern age. His books include collections of essays, literary criticism, novels, pacifist tracts, history, patriotic essays during World War II, and travel books. His faithful presentations of his view of the world, in terms that communicate his subjective impressions without alienating objective readers, are invaluable guides to the events and spirit of his times. Tomlinson drew almost entirely from his varied and extensive experience. The influence of his style and personality on a younger generation of authors, his role as antiwar spokesman during the between-the-wars period, and his unflagging involvement in the literary milieu of his age make him a noteworthy figure of literary history. Although his eclectic approach to genre defies categorization, his...

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