A. C. Ward
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A. C. Ward is an author.
- born in (124 years ago)
- written works: "Foundations of English prose", "A miscellany of tracts and pamphlets", "Grim and gay", "Illustrated history of English literature", "Longman companion to Twentieth Century literature", "Twentieth-century literature", "Seven painters", "Landmarks in Western literature", "Are Dragons Real?", "The frolic and the gentle", "The nineteen-twenties", "American literature, 1880-1930", "A book of American verse", "A literary journey through wartime Britain"
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