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Galsworthy, John

Born: 14-8-1867 at Kingston Hill, Surrey, England
Died: 31-1-1933

Summary of Biography

Nobel Laureate and one of the most famous English novelists and playwrights of the early 20th century. Galsworthy is known for his portrayal of the English upper classes and for his social satire.

Biography

John Galsworthy was known in his day as a playwright, but he is now best remembered for The Forsyte Saga, a series of three novels and two interludes that explore the social dynamics of the nouveau riche. Galsworthy campaigned for various social causes in his writing, including prison reform, censorship issues, women's rights, and the rights of animals.  He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1932.

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This section contains 26 books
Villa Rubein and Other Stories
Villa Rubein and Other Stories


US$ 29.99
The Patrician
The Patrician


US$ 24.99
The Island Pharisees
The Island Pharisees


US$ 24.99
The Freelands
The Freelands


US$ 29.99
The Complete Essays of John Galsworthy
The Complete Essays of John Galsworthy


US$ 19.99
The Burning Spear
The Burning Spear


US$ 19.99
Five Short Plays
Five Short Plays


US$ 14.99
Plays: Third Series
Plays: Third Series


US$ 19.99
Plays: Second Series
Plays: Second Series


US$ 19.99
Plays: Fourth Series
Plays: Fourth Series


US$ 24.99
Plays: First Series
Plays: First Series


US$ 24.99
Plays: Fifth Series
Plays: Fifth Series


US$ 24.99
Maid in Waiting
Maid in Waiting


US$ 29.99
Flowering Wilderness
Flowering Wilderness


US$ 24.99
Five Tales
Five Tales


US$ 24.99
End of the Chapter
End of the Chapter


US$ 76.98
Beyond
Beyond


US$ 29.99
Swan Song
Swan Song


US$ 29.99
The Silver Spoon
The Silver Spoon


US$ 24.99
The White Monkey
The White Monkey


US$ 24.99
A Man of Devon
A Man of Devon


US$ 14.99
A Family Man
A Family Man


US$ 14.99
A Bit O' Love
A Bit O' Love


US$ 14.99
Quality and Other Essays
Quality and Other Essays


US$ 14.99
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