Patrick Hamilton: His Life and Work : a Critical Study
Greenwich Exchange, 2007 - 103 pages
Provides an appraisal of Hamilton's major novels as well as his successful stage plays, Rope and Gaslight. This title draws on the views of a variety of commentators, including Michael Holroyd, Doris Lessing, Claud Coburn and many others as well as considering how Hamilton's political beliefs affected his work.
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