BROME, Vincent. British. Genres: History, Literary criticism and history, Biography. Career: Member, British Library Advisory Committee, 1975-83. Former Feature Writer, News-Chronicle; Ed., Menu Mags.; Member of staff, Ministry of Information; Assistant Ed., Medical World. Publications: Anthology, 1936; Clement Attlee, 1947; H. G. Wells, 1951; Aneurin Bevin, 1953; The Last Surrender, 1954; The Way Back, 1956; Six Studies in Quarrelling, 1958; Sometimes at Night, 1959; Frank Harris, 1959; Acquaintance with Grief, 1961; We Have Come Long Way, 1963; The Problem of Progress, 1963; Love in Our Time, 1964; Four Realist Novelists, 1964; The International Brigades, 1965; The World of Luke Jympson, 1966; Freud and His Early Circle, 1967; The Surgeon, 1967; Diary of a Revolution, 1968; The Revolution, 1969; The Imaginary Crime, 1969; Confessions of a Writer, 1970; The Brain Operators, 1970; Private Prosecutions, 1971; Reverse Your Verdict, 1971; London Consequences, 1972; The Embassy, 1972; The Day of Destruction, 1974; The Happy Hostage, 1976; C. G. Jung, 1978; Havelock Ellis, 1979; Ernest Jones, Freud's Alter Ego, 1982; The Day of the Fifth Moon, 1984; J.B. Priestley, 1988; The Other Pepys, 1992; Love in the Plague, 2001. Address: 45 Great Ormond St, London WC1N 3HZ, England.