Laura Del-Rivo (2968 words)

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Laura Del-Rivo’s fiction is notable for its distinctive style, sharply capturing moments of heightened perception and existential angst; for its movement between realism and surrealism; and for its settings among the low life of London, especially West Eleven. Del-Rivo has published three novels – The Furnished Room (1961); Daffodil on the Pavement (1967), reissued under Del-Rivo’s preferred title of Animals (1970); and Speedy and Queen Kong (2004). She has also published one volume of short stories, Where is My Mask of an Honest Man? (2013).

Del-Rivo began writing in the 1950s and was closely associated with Bill Hopkins (1928-2011) and Colin Wilson (b. 1931), two members of that wing of t…

Citation:
Tredell, Nicolas. "Laura Del-Rivo". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 12 November 2013
[http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=13268, accessed 26 February 2017.]

Articles on Del-Rivo's works

  1. Daffodil on the Pavement
  2. Speedy and Queen Kong
  3. The Furnished Room
  4. Where is My Mask of an Honest Man?

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  1. Angry Young Men

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