Walter Nash


In the LRB Archive:

  • Somewhere · 14 May 1992

    • ‘Was … ’ by Geoff Ryman
  • Impossibilities · 25 April 1991

    • Saraband by Patrice Chaplin
    • Pious Secrets by Irene Dische
    • City of the Mind by Penelope Lively
  • Truly Terrifying Things · 10 January 1991

    • 51 Soko: To the Islands on the Other Side of the World by Michael Westlake
    • Behind the Waterfall by Chinatsy Nakayama
    • Dirty Faxes, and Other Stories by Andrew Davies
  • Noam’s Ark · 25 October 1990

    • The Twitter Machine: Reflections on Language by Neil Smith
    • English in Use by Randolph Quirk and Gabriele Stein
  • A Messiah in the Family · 8 February 1990

    • Kingdom come by Bernice Rubens
    • The Other Side by Mary Gordon
    • The Alchemist by Mark Illis
    • The way you tell them: A Yarn of the Nineties by Alan Brownjohn
  • Monsieur Mangetout · 7 December 1989

    • The Guinness Book of Records 1990 edited by Donald McFarlan
    • The Chatto Book of Cabbages and Kings: Lists in Literature edited by Francis Spufford
  • Turbulence · 9 November 1989

    • The Mezzanine by Nicholson Baker
    • The Memoirs of Lord Byron by Robert Nye
    • All you need by Elaine Feinstein
    • The woman who talked to herself by A.L. Barker
    • Restoration by Rose Tremain
  • Interesting Fellows · 4 May 1989

    • The Book of Evidence by John Banville
    • Carn by Patrick McCabe
    • The Tryst by Michael Dibdin
    • Gerontius by James Hamilton-Paterson
  • Language Fears · 19 January 1989

    • Good English and the Grammarian by Sidney Greenbaum
    • Longman Guide to English Usage by Sidney Greenbaum and Janet Whitcut
    • Words in Time: A Social History of the English Vocabulary by Geoffrey Hughes
  • Other Indias · 15 September 1988

    • Ice-Candy-Man by Bapsi Sidhwa
    • Mistaken Identity by Nayantara Sahgal
    • Baumgartner’s Bombay by Anita Desai
  • Singular Rebellions · 19 May 1988

    • Scandal by Shusaku Endo, translated by Van Gessel
    • Hell Screen, Cogwheels, A Fool’s Life by Ryunosuke Akutagawa
    • Singular Rebellion by Saiichi Maruya, translated by Dennis Keene
  • Undertellers · 18 February 1988

    • The Panda Hunt by Richard Burns
    • Davy Chadwick by James Buchan
    • Overhead in a Balloon: Stories of Paris by Mavis Gallant
    • Black Idol by Lisa St Aubin de Teran
  • Only God speaks Kamassian · 7 January 1988

    • The World’s Major Languages edited by Bernard Comrie
    • Studies in Lexicography edited by Robert Burchfield
    • Van Winkle’s Return: Change in American English 1966-1986 by Kenneth Wilson
    • Words at Work: Lectures on Textual Structure by Randolph Quirk
    • The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language by David Crystal
  • Uncomplimentary Words for an Old Man · 5 March 1987

    • The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology edited by T.F. Hoad
    • Dictionary of Changes in Meaning by Adrian Room
    • The Story of English by Robert McCrum, William Cran and Robert McNeil
    • Dictionary of American Regional English. Vol. I: Introduction and A-C edited by Frederic Cassidy
  • Father Bosco to Africa · 5 February 1987

    • The Red Men by Patrick McGinley
    • Chat Show by Terence de Vere White
    • Leaden Wings by Zhang Jie, translated by Gladys Yang
    • Russian Novel by Edward Kuznetsov, translated by Jennifer Bradshaw
    • Richard Robertovich by Mark Frankland
  • Cold Winds · 18 December 1986

    • Answered Prayers by Truman Capote
    • A Rich Full Death by Michael Dibdin
    • Leaning in the Wind by P.H. Newby
    • The Way-Paver by Anne Devlin
  • Fits and Excursions · 7 August 1986

    • The Complete Plain Words by Ernest Gowers, edited by Sidney Greenbaum and Janet Whitcut
    • Educational Linguistics by Michael Stubbs

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