Fielding Gray

Fielding Gray is Volume IV of the novel sequence Alms for Oblivion by Simon Raven, published in 1967. It was the fourth novel to be published in The Alms for Oblivion sequence though it is the first novel chronologically. The story takes place during the period right after World War II, from May to September 1945 Fielding Gray is also the name of a character who features in this and six of the other nine volumes of the Alms for Oblivion series.

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The Survivors (Raven Novel) - Characters, in The Order of Appearance
... Appeared in Fielding Gray, Sound The Retreat, The Sabre Squadron, The Rich Pay Late, Friends In Low Places, The Judas Boy, Come Like Shadows and Bring Forth The Body ... Fielding Gray – Successful writer ... Major or minor character in Fielding Gray, The Sabre Squadron, Friends In Low Places, The Judas Boy, Places Where They Sing, Come Like Shadows, and Bring ...
Fielding Gray - Plot Summary
... in Europe, in May 1945, at the school that is attended by Fielding Gray and his friends ... Gray, who seems bored during the whole service, mentions early in his story that he has an affection for Christopher Roland, another boy of the school ... too soon, and believes himself to be patronised by Gray ...
Bring Forth The Body - Characters, in The Order of Appearance
... Major or minor character in Fielding Gray, The Rich Pay Late, Friends In Low Places, The Judas Boy, Places Where They Sing and Come Like Shadows ... Major and minor character in Fielding Gray, Sound The Retreat, The Sabre Squadron, The Rich Pay Late, Friends In Low Places, The Judas Boy and Come Like Shadows ... Major character in Fielding Gray, Sound The Retreat, The Rich Pay Late and Friends In Low Places ...
The Survivors (Raven Novel) - Plot Summary
... Detterling, Fielding Gray and Mr ... Fielding Gray discoversd that the young man on the painting is a certain Englishman by the name of Humbert FitzAvon ... After having found another manuscript Fielding realizes that FitzAvon, who in 1797 was hanged by a mob of peasants, was son of the first Lord Canteloupe ...

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    In vain to me the smiling Mornings shine,
    And redd’ning Phoebus lifts his golden Fire:
    The Birds in vain their amorous Descant join;
    Or cheerful Fields resume their green Attire:
    —Thomas Gray (1716–1771)

    On the wings of fancy, gentle readers, bear yourselves into the mid-air, where by imagination you may form a large stupendous castle.
    —Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)