- Sir V(ictor) S(awdon) [sawd-n] /ˈsɔd n/, 1900–97, English literary critic, journalist, novelist, and short-story writer.
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Contemporary Examples of pritchett
A short-story writer (his “The Evils of Spain” could be read along with this book), Pritchett was a master of compression.Book Bag: Paul Theroux’s Favorite Inner-Journey Travel Books
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"At any rate, Mr. Pritchett, I'm very much obliged to you:" and so they parted.
When he knew I was coming out to you, he made Pritchett—you know Pritchett?
He said nothing about it; he merely told Mr. Pritchett to arrange the matter.
Mr. Pritchett was dressed in his best, and was very sad and solemn.
How would Pritchett have rejoiced had he heard the old man speak so!
- Sir V (ictor) S (awdon). 1900–97, British short-story writer, novelist, essayist, and autobiographer; his works include Mr Beluncle (1951) and A Careless Widow (1989)