J. B. Priestley
Santrauka: Critic, essayist, story-teller, broadcaster, novelist and playwright, has the rare distinction, for an English writer, of being well known all over the world. He has the power to entertain in an exceptional degree, and his plays in particular are the work of a man who provokes thought. Ever since his first appearance as an author n 1919, he has poured out a succession of books of very diverse kind. From 1942 to 1948 editor of the Observer.