Other Literary Forms

(Literary Essentials: Short Fiction Masterpieces)

In addition to the short stories for which Sylvia Townsend Warner is best known, she wrote seven novels: Lolly Willowes: Or, The Loving Huntsman (1926), Mr. Fortune’s Maggot (1927), The True Heart (1929), Summer Will Show (1936), After the Death of Don Juan (1938), The Corner That Held Them (1948), and The Flint Anchor (1954). She also wrote several collections of poetry, which were published as Collected Poems (1982), a biography, a travel guidebook, and a volume of literary criticism, and she translated two books from French into English.