Arthur Ransome Literary Pages

Original reviews of books by, and about, Arthur Ransome
The Souls of the Streets (1904) One review from The Week's Survey
Bohemia in London (1907 & 1912) Nine reviews to date
The Elixir of Life (1915) One review by "JB"
Old Peter's Russian Tales (1916) Three original reviews
Six Weeks in Russia in 1919 (1919) Seven reviews, from the generally enthusiastic to the definitely hostile..
Racundra's First Cruise (1923) Six original reviews
Rod and Line (1929) One review
Swallows and Amazons (1930) Seventeen reviews
Swallows and Amazons (1930) The Washington Post, June 2016
Swallowdale (1931) The Guardian, May 2004
Winter Holiday (1933) Eight reviews to date
We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea (1937) Eight reviews so far
Puffin reissue of 1969 William Trevor
Arthur Ransome: a Bibliography
by Wayne G. Hammond
Dave Thewlis A solicited review of Wayne Hammond's excellent Blbliography of Arthur Ransome's writings
Arthur Ransome's Long-Lost Study of Robert Louis Stevenson
by Kirsty Nichol Findlay
Owen Roberts A review of Kirsty Nichol Findlay's book about Ransome's draft study of Robert Louis Stevenson, rediscovered in 1990 and now published for the first time.
Autobiography ed. Hart-Davis (1976) Nine reviews
Signalling from Mars: Letters of Arthur Ransome ed. H. Brogan Two reviews
The World of Arthur Ransome
by Christina Hardyment
Owen Roberts A review of Christina Hardyment's new (2012) book about Arthur Ransome.
The Last Englishman
by Roland Chambers
Peter Ceresole A review of Roland Chambers' biography of Arthur Ransome, subtitled "The Double Life of Arthur Ransome", dealing \ with Ransome's early life and his experiences in Russia during the Revolution, up to the writing of Swallows and Amazons.
Swallows, Amazons and Coots
A Reading of Arthur Ransome

by Julian Lovelock
Mike Dennis A review of Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons novels from an academic perspective.

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