John Wonnacott: A Biographical Study (8)

For anyone who has access to The Literary Review, there is the first review of my book about John Wonnacott. I have only been able to read the first two paragraphs, but greatly admire Frances’s recent book The Real and the Romantic: Art between Two World Wars which does for the 1920s and 1930s a version of what I am interested in for the 1980s: that is, providing a broader and more plural narrative of the development of art which admits that some of the more conservative artists should be looked at undogmatically.

I’m grateful to her for reviewing it.


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