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A.T. Tolley

a.t. tolley is an established authority on British literary history of the twentieth century, particularly on the work of Philip Larkin. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom. He is also an internationally recognised expert on jazz music.

A.T. Tolley's work featured in PN Review comprises one report. Also available are two reviews of A.T. Tolley's work.
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Subscribers only Reviewed by Simon Kent in PN Review 90 (1993) on new critical books
Subscribers only Reviewed by James Keery in PN Review 182 (2008) on British Literary Periodicals of World War II and Aftermath
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 213 (2013) Lotte Zurndorfer: A Forgotten Poet
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