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S. Lewis' The Chronicles ofNarnia (1950-1956) Wyndham Lewis' Rude Assignment George Orwell's Shooting an Elephant Carol Reed's The Third Man Dylan Thomas' Twenty-six Poems A. N. Wilson born Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean defect from Britain to the Soviet Union The Conservative party under Winston Churchill wins British general election The Festival of Britain celebrates both the centenary of the Crystal Palace Exhibition and British postwar recovery Electric power is produced by atomic energy at Arcon, Idaho W.
S. mining of Nicaraguan harbors Golding's The Paper Men Lessing's The Diary of Jane Somers Spark's The Only Problem United States deploys cruise missiles in Europe Mikhail Gorbachev becomes general secretary of the Soviet Communist party following death of Konstantin Chernenko Riots break out in Handsworth district (Birmingham) and Brixton Republic of Ireland gains consultative role in Northern Ireland State of emergency is declared in South Africa Nobel Prize for literature awarded to Claude Simon A.
J. M. Coetzee PATRICIA CRAIG Freelance critic. She is a regular contributor to The Times Literary Supplement, The London Independent, and The New York Review of Books. She has also edited many anthologies including The Oxford Book of Ireland and The Oxford Book of Modern Women's Stories. She is working on a biography of novelist Brian Moore. Beryl Bainbridge DILLON JOHNSTON. Professor of English at Wake Forest University, Dillon Johnston founded the Irish Poetry Series and the Wake Forest University Press, which he directs.