Anita Brookner, Margaret Drabble, Iris Murdoch, and Barbara Pym are among the most important and enjoyable British novelists of the past fifty years. This excellent bibliography will help researchers, scholars, general readers, and librarians identify what has been written about them. Those readers looking for general studies of the author will find them listed first in the bibliography under each individual author. Criticism for individual titles are grouped under the title's name. Each entry summarizes the critic's general approach to the author's work and their thesis about the single title, and embeds each critic within his or her particular academic context and in the general field of criticism on the author. All entries throughout the book contain full bibliographic information. For the sake of size and utility, Professor Soule has eliminated short articles, popular reviews, and dissertation abstracts. In all, 2500 entries are included on 73 separate works.