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Anthony Dymoke Powell (pronounced in one syllable, as a homophone of "pole") CH, CBE (December 21, 1905–March 28, 2000) was an English novelist best known for his twelve-volume work A Dance to the Music of Time, published between 1951 and 1975.


Bibliography

A Dance to the Music of Time, the twelve-volume series of novels:

Partial bibliography of other novels, plays, and works:

Memoirs

A one-volume abridgment, called simply To Keep the Ball Rolling, was published in 1983.

Diaries

  • Journals 1982-1986 (1995)
  • Journals 1987-1989 (1996)
  • Journals 1990-1992 (1997)




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