This publication deals a distinct research of the wide-ranging responses of British novelists to the East-West clash. Hammond analyses the therapy of such geopolitical currents as communism, nuclearism, clandestinity, decolonisation and US superpowerdom, and explores the literary kinds which writers constructed to trap the complexities of the age.
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