Nigel Dennis

Nigel Dennis (1912-1989) was born in England and educated variously in Rhodesia, South African, Austria and Bavaria. He wrote too little but for all that there were three novels (and one that was disowned), four plays, a volume of poetry and three works of non-fiction. For twenty years he was the lead reviewer for the Sunday Telegraph. His study of Jonathan Swift, one of his heroes as his own mastery of satire suggests, won the Royal Society of Literature award. Faber Finds is reissuing his three novels: Boys and Girls Come Out to Play, The Cards of Identity and A House in Order

Books by Nigel Dennis

Admired by people as diverse as the American writer Diane Johnson and the British journalist Rod Liddle, this, the final novel of Nigel Dennis, should be better known. It is ...

Boys and Girls Come Out to Play was Nigel Dennis's first acknowledged novel. It makes use of his years in America where he worked for eighteen years. It can ...

When first published in 1955 no less a critic than W. H. Auden wrote, 'I have read no novel published during the last fifteen years with greater pleasure and admiration ...

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