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Angus Wilson • 69 Items / 23 Books, 18 Articles, 28 Reviews
Setting the World on Fire (1980)
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Published Reviews
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    The Tenants of Tothill House (Review)
    Setting the World on Fire, by Angus Wilson
    1. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    The New Republic, November 8, 1980, p. 33
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    Fiction (Review)
    Setting the World on Fire, by Angus Wilson
    1. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    The Saturday Review, October 1980, p. 86
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    Pratt & Van (2 Reviews)
    Setting the World on Fire, by Angus Wilson
    1. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    2. Angus Wilson: Mimic and Moralist by Peter Faulkner
    The New Statesman, July 18, 1980, p. 26
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    You Better Believe It (2 Reviews)
    The Middle Ground, by Margaret Drabble
    1. The Middle Ground by Margaret Drabble
    2. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    The New York Review of Books, November 20, 1980, pp. 20-22
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    Lifescapes (5 Reviews)
    Russian Hide-and-seek, by Kingsley Amis
    1. Russian Hide-and-seek by Kingsley Amis
    2. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    3. The Middle Ground by Margaret Drabble
    4. Other People's Worlds by William Trevor
    5. The Birds of the Air by Alice Thomas Ellis
    Encounter, November 1980, pp. 58-63
  6. Reviews
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    Fiction Chronicle (9 Reviews)
    Loon Lake, by E.L. Doctorow
    1. Loon Lake by E.L. Doctorow
    2. Aberration of Starlight by Gilbert Sorrentino
    3. Hearts by Hilma Wolitzer
    4. Fault Lines by James Carroll
    5. Last Courtesies and Other Stories by Ella Leffland
    6. Rites of Passage by William Golding
    7. The State of Ireland by Benedict Kiely
    8. Setting the World on Fire by Angus Wilson
    9. The Middle Ground by Margaret Drabble
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1981, pp. 105-116