Wilson, A(ndrew) N.
WILSON, A(ndrew) N.
WILSON, A(ndrew) N. British, b. 1950. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion, Biography. Career: Lecturer, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, 1976-82, and New College, Oxford, 1977-81; Spectator, London, literary editor, 1981-83. Publications: NOVELS: The Sweets of Pimlico, 1977; Unguarded Hours, 1978; Kindly Light, 1979; The Healing Art, 1980; Who Was Oswald Fish, 1981; Wise Virgin, 1982; Scandal, 1983; Gentlemen in England, 1985; Love Unknown, 1986; Stray, 1987; Incline Our Hearts, 1988; A Bottle in the Smoke, 1990; Dream Children, 1998; My Name Is Legion, 2004. BIOGRAPHY: The Laird of Abbotsford, 1980; A Life of John Milton, 1983; Hilaire Belloc, 1984; Tolstoy: A Biography, 1988 (Whitbread Award); Eminent Victorians, 1989; C.S. Lewis: A Biography, 1990. OTHER: How Can We Know? An Essay on the Christian Religion, 1985; (with C. Moore and G. Stamp) The Church in Crisis, 1986; Landscape in France, 1987; Penfriends from Porlock: Essays and Reviews 1977-1986, 1988; Tabitha (for children), 1989. EDITOR: Essays by Divers Hands 44, 1986; The Lion and the Honeycomb: Tolstoy's Religious Writings, 1987; God's Funeral, 1999; The Victorians, 2002; Iris Murdoch as I Knew Her, 2003; London: A Short History, 2004. Address: 5 Regent's Park Terrace, London NW1 7EE, England.