Peter Stansky

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Peter David Lyman Stansky (born January 18, 1932) is an American historian specializing in modern British history.[1]


  • Ambitions and Strategies: The Struggle for the Leadership of the Liberal Party in the 1890s (1964)
  • England Since 1867: Continuity and Change (1973)
  • Gladstone: A Progress in Politics (1979)
  • William Morris (1983)
  • Redesigning the World, William Morris, the 1880s, and the Arts and Crafts (1985)
  • On or About December 1910: Early Bloomsbury and its Intimate World (1996)
  • Another Book That Never Was (1998)
  • From William Morris to Sergeant Pepper (1999) includes bibliography of writings 1954-1998
  • Sassoon: The Worlds of Philip and Sybil (2003)
  • Journey to the Frontier: Julian Bell and John Cornford: Their lives and the 1930s, with William Abrahams (1966)
  • The Unknown Orwell, with William Abrahams (1972)
  • Orwell: The Transformation, with William Abrahams (1979)
  • London's Burning, with William Abrahams (1994)
  • The Left and War: The British Labour Party and the First World War, Editor (1969)
  • John Morley Nineteenth Century Essays, Editor (1970)
  • Winston Churchill: A Profile, Editor (1973)
  • The Victorian Revolution, Editor (1973)
  • On Nineteen Eighty-Four, Editor (1983)
  • The Aesthetic Movement and the Art and Crafts Movement, Editor, with Rodney Shewan. A reprint series of 73 volumes (1976, 1979)
  • Conference on British Studies Biographical series, Editor, 6 vols.(1968-1974)
  • Modern British History Series, Editor, 18 vol. with Leslie Hume (1982)
  • Modern European History Series, Editor, 47 vols. (1987-1992)
  • The First Day of the Blitz (2007)
  • Julian Bell: From Bloomsbury to the Spanish Civil War (2012)
  • Edward Upward: Art and Life (2016)


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-01-08. Retrieved 2014-05-08.

External links

  • Guide to the Peter Stansky Papers
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