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Literature test

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Oct 16, 2013

Who was the greatest English-prose stylist of the 20th century?

There is only one correct answer to that question. I will not tolerate disagreement.

(Hint: Yesterday was his birthday. I hope you had an appropriate celebration.)

If you haven’t yet discovered his work, you are living in poverty. Do yourself a favor:

 

OR: A helpful reader notes that Project Gutenberg has many of his works in digital form available for free download here.

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