John Galsworthy was an English author and playwright best known for writing The Forsyte Saga and its sequels, A Modern Comedy and End of the Chapter. Galsworthy even won the Novel Prize in Literature in 1932.
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John Galsworthy (1867–1933) was one of the most widely read novelists of his day, best remembered for his The Forsyte Saga series, for which he won the 1932 Nobel Prize for Literature. Anthony Gardner is editor of the Royal Society of Literature's Annual Review.Review:
"To the reader with a critical instinct, the first impression made by Mr. Galsworthy's new novel, The Dark Flower, is that of keen delight at the sheer technical skill of it, the beautiful symmetry of its structure and its symbolism. It is only after enjoying this feature to the utmost that such lovers of fine artistry will begin to enjoy the equally fine interpretation of an almost universal phase of human life." —The Bookman (December, 1913)
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