One title on the list:
Cold Comfort Farm by Stella GibbonsRead about another parody on Mullan's list.
The tale of Flora Poste's sojourn with her cousins, the Starkadders, at their farm near Howling (it feels remote but is in fact in Sussex) made mock of early 20th-century rural primitivism. There are traces of Hardy and Lawrence, but the main target was the once popular Mary Webb. Webb is forgotten, Ada Doom's clan lives on, and we still talk of "something nasty in the woodshed".