British Novelists in Hollywood, 1935–1965: Travelers, by L. Colletta

By L. Colletta

British Novelists in Hollywood, 1935-1965 calls awareness to the moving grounds of cultural expression through highlighting Hollywood as a domain that unsettled definitions and narratives of colonialism and nationwide id for popular British novelists reminiscent of Christopher Isherwood, P.G. Wodehouse, Evelyn Waugh, and J.B. Priestley.

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