Heppenstall's book The Fourfold Tradition was praised by V. S. Pritchett, who expressed admiration for "its pleasure in literature". The Master Eccentric: The Journals of Rayner Heppenstall, 1969–1981, ed. Jonathan Goodman (London and New York, Allison & Busby, 1986), 278 pp.
Heppenstall's book The Fourfold Tradition was praised by V. From 1945 to 1965, he worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation on radio as a feature writer and producer, and then for two further years as a drama producer In his journals, Heppenstall mentions problems he had with Evelyn Waugh regarding a radio broadcast in the 1940s. ISBN 0-85031-536-0.
The Master Eccentric book. Heppenstall's first novel The Blaze of Noon, was neglected at the time. Much later, in 1967, it received an Arts Council award. He was Francophile in literary terms, and his non-fiction writing reflects his tastes.
Four Absentees: Eric Gill, George Orwell, Dylan Thomas, and J. Middleton Murry. The double image;: Mutations of Christian mythology in the work of four French Catholic writers of to-day and yesterday. French crime in the Romantic age. Rayner Heppenstall. Winter's Tales 24. Diana Petre, . MacLean, Thomas M. Disch, Rayner Heppenstall, . Pritchett, David Paul, Shirley Hazzard, Nicholas Hasluck, Gillian Tindall, Francis King. Portrait of the artist as a professional man.
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John Rayner Heppenstall (27 July 1911 in Lockwood, Huddersfield . Jonathan Goodman (e., The Master Eccentric: The Journals of Rayner Heppenstall, 1969-1981 (London and New York, Allison & Busby, c1986), 278p.
The master eccentric. the journals of Rayner Heppenstall, 1969-81. by Heppenstall, Rayner. Published 1986 by Allison & Busby, Distributed in the USA by Schocken Books in London, New York, New York, NY.
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John Rayner Heppenstall (27 July 1911 – 23 May 1981) was a British novelist, poet, diarist, and a BBC radio producer. The Daily Worker has been renamed The Morning Star. I find nothing starry about it. A more informative new title would have been the Daily Striker. Goodman, Jonathan (e. The Master Eccentric: The Journals of Rayner Heppenstall, 1969-1981. London: Allison & Busby. pg. 21.