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A. N. Wilson
Penguin Books (June 1, 1993)
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Critical Survey of Contemporary Fiction). A. Wilson has emerged as one of England’s most respected novelists and biographers.

Critical Survey of Contemporary Fiction). Since the late 1970’s, he has published a number of fascinating portraits of such illustrious figures as John Milton, Sir Walter Scott, Leo Tolstoy, and C. S. Lewis, as well as a number of first-rate ironic novels. The Lampitt Papers trilogy began with INCLINE OUR HEARTS (1988), which looked at English life during the 1940’s, and continued with A BOTTLE IN SMOKE (1990), in which Julian Ramsay came of age in the 1950’s.

  • Irostamore
This is the third of five novels in the Lampitt series: (1) Incline Our Hearts, (2) A Bottle in the Smoke, (3) Daughters of Albion, (4) Hearing Voices, and (5) A Watch in the Night. The series chronicles the life of Julian Ramsay, born in England in the mid-twentieth century, and his entanglements with various members of the Lampitt family, including author James "Jimbo" Lampitt, and Jimbo's biographer. I enjoyed the first two and would recommend them, but I couldn't get into this third installment.

I also highly recommend Wilson's The Vicar of Sorrows and The Healing Art.
  • Mr_Mole
Together with the four other novels in this series this forms a roman fleuve like Proust's Remembrance of Things
Past, but set in England and the USA later. The characters are like Proust's bizarre but almost convincing (I don't think either Proust or Wilson wanted readers to be entirely convinced any more than Dickens did. The prose is excellent.