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Galsworthy   /gˈælzwˌərði/   Listen
Galsworthy

noun
1.
English novelist (1867-1933).  Synonym: John Galsworthy.






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"Galsworthy" Quotes from Famous Books



... he symbolized was a fantasy of his own creating; his attitude to his age was decorative and withdrawn rather than representative. He was the licensed jester to society, and in that capacity he gave us his plays. Mr. Shaw may be said to have founded a school; at any rate he gave the start to Mr. Galsworthy and some lesser dramatists. Wilde founded nothing, and his works remain as complete and separate as those of the earlier artificial dramatists ...
— English Literature: Modern - Home University Library Of Modern Knowledge • G. H. Mair



Words linked to "Galsworthy" :   John Galsworthy, author, writer



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