J. B. Priestley J. B. Priestley, or John Boynton Priestley, often simply called Jack, was born in Bradford, England, in 1894, and died in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1984. His best-known play is probably An Inspector Calls (1946), and his novels The Good Companions (1929) and Angel Pavement (1930) established him as a successful popular novelist.
Bibliography: J. B. Priestley A list of reference books for further information on Priestley.
Creative Quotations from J. B. Priestley A few Priestley quotations on writing and children.
Famous Bradfordians: J. B. Priestley A biography looking at the personal events in Priestley's life.
J. B. Priestley Bibliography A nearly complete bibliography of Priestley's works.
J. B. Priestley (1894-1984) A biography of this British journalist, novelist, playwright and essayist, plus a list of selected works.
J. B. Priestley's Particular Pleasures J.B. Priestley's 1975 book Particular Pleasures consists of brief commentaries on his favourite paintings, musical works, actors and comedians, and this page lists them.
Priestley, J(ohn) B(oynton) A brief biography of Priestley, and a list of his most well-known works.
Priestley, J(ohn) B(oynton) (18941984) A brief summation of Priestley's life and works.