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Selected Works Of Cyril Connolly, Vol. 1: The Modern Movement

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Born in 1903, Cyril Connolly was educated at Eton and Oxford. His novel "The Rock Pool" was published in 1936; and two later books, "Enemies of Promise" (advice on how to avoid the pitfalls that await the would-be writer, published in 1938) and "The Unquiet Grave" (1944) are renowned as classics of English prose. As editor of the literary magazine "Horizon" from 1939 to 1950 Connolly nurtured some of the finest writers of his time. He also worked as a critic for the New Statesman, the Observer and the Sunday Times. Cyril Connolly died in 1974.

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