The Fearful Choice: A Debate on Nuclear Policy Conducted Philip Toynbee with the Archbishop of Canterbury and Others by Philip Toynbee

ISBN: 9780837176772

Published: October 25th 1974

Hardcover

112 pages


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The Fearful Choice: A Debate on Nuclear Policy Conducted  by  Philip Toynbee with the Archbishop of Canterbury and Others by Philip Toynbee

The Fearful Choice: A Debate on Nuclear Policy Conducted by Philip Toynbee with the Archbishop of Canterbury and Others by Philip Toynbee
October 25th 1974 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 112 pages | ISBN: 9780837176772 | 7.34 Mb

Philip Toynbee, (born June 25, 1916, Oxford—died June 15, 1981, St. Briavels, near Lydney, Gloucestershire, Eng.), English writer and editor best known for novels that experiment with time and symbolical elements.Philip Toynbee was the son of the historian Arnold Toynbee and grandson of the classical scholar Gilbert Murray. He was educated at Rugby School and the University of Oxford. In 1938–39 he edited a newspaper, the Birmingham Town Crier. After service in World War II he worked in publishing and, from 1950, was on the editorial staff of the newspaper The Observer.Of Toynbee’s experimental, subjective novels, the best known are The Savage Days (1937), The Barricades (1943), and Tea with Mrs.

Goodman (1947). Later he wrote novels in verse, notably the “Pantaloon” series: Pantaloon or the Valediction (1961), Two Brothers (1964)- A Learned City (1966), Views from a Lake, (1968). With his father, Arnold, he wrote Comparing Notes: A Dialogue Across a Generation (1963).



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