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Fri Mar 21 17:10:21 2014 UTClccn-n791002850.00Authorship and identity in contemporary fiction /0.351.00[Miscellaneous periodical appearances]27078588Malcolm_Bradburyn 79100285332401Bradbury, MalcolmBradbury, Malcolm S. 1932-2000Bradbury, Malcolm Stanley.Bradbury, Malcolm Stanley, 1932-Bradbury, Malcolm Stanley, 1932-2000Brėdberi, Malʹkolʹm, 1932-2000Buladeboli, Ma'erkemu, 1932-2000Buleideboli, Ma, 1932-2000Buraddoberi, Marukamu, 1932-2000Брэдбери, Малькольм, 1932-2000برادبري، مالكم، 1932-2000برادبري، مالكوم، 1932-2000مالكولم برادبري، 1932-2000ブラッドベリ, マルカムブラドベリ, マルカムlccn-n79091231Forster, E. M.(Edward Morgan)1879-1970lccn-n50006662Mottram, Ericedtlccn-n50025390Franco, Jeanedtlccn-n50023522Ruland, Richard1932-lccn-n50039463Lodge, David1935-aftlccn-n81107637Morace, Robert A.lccn-n79023117McFarlane, James Walteredtlccn-n79078646Bellow, Saullccn-nr2003012078Atkins, Eileen1934-prfactlccn-no96067263Gramercy PicturesBradbury, Malcolm1932-2000Criticism, interpretation, etcBio-bibliographyFictionDictionariesHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsRecords and correspondencePictorial worksBiography‡vPictorial worksEnglish fictionBellow, SaulAmerican fictionLiteratureEuropeModernism (Literature)Forster, E. M.--(Edward Morgan),Oriental literatureAfrican literatureClassical literatureAmericaBradbury, Malcolm,United StatesAmerican literatureGreat BritainEuropean literatureLiterature, ModernEnglandLodge, David,DialogueNovelists, EnglishEnglish literatureGibbons, Stella,SociologistsShort stories, EnglishLiterary landmarksCriticism and interpretationDiderot, Denis,FamiliesFarm lifeAuthors, AmericanAuthorsLiterature and societyRussiaCivilizationEurope, EasternBritishManners and customsTravel in literatureEnglish literature--American influencesEuropeansAmerican literature--European influencesAmericansMyth in literaturePublic opinion, AmericanPublic opinion, EuropeanFrenchArt appreciationNovelistsBlack humor19322000194319551957195919601962196319641965196619681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014391603511501809PS3503.E4488ocn000711969ocn000210532ocn040326425ocn001336922ocn001358067ocn002656534ocn000232936ocn003401190ocn032943835ocn489667212ocn035914033ocn794180185ocn793586113ocn794181495ocn000102765ocn419462660ocn441017722ocn440645959ocn440638762ocn813665028ocn313927066ocn439570833ocn468591930ocn441717176ocn799224619ocn185747257ocn185880243ocn185747313ocn029052687ocn691501926ocn691502470ocn691503820ocn813571551ocn780721300ocn780293361ocn742514951ocn69150244822133ocn000711969book19660.28Bradbury, MalcolmForster; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc187161ocn008628829book19830.47Bradbury, MalcolmThe modern American novelCriticism, interpretation, etcStudie over de Amerikaanse roman sedert ca. 1890+-+2987437465177327ocn000210532book19690.27Dudley, Donald ReynoldsThe Penguin companion to American literatureBio-bibliographyBibliographyDictionariesAttempts to provide a broad coverage of the most important names in American writing from the early period of settlement through to the immediate present, including figures of historical as well as directly literary interest. Gives a strong representation to twentieth-century literature171836ocn023868486book19910.28Ruland, RichardFrom Puritanism to postmodernism : a history of American literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcStudy of American writing and how it evolved into a literary form while addressing the cultural and social issues of the time+-+3089965965138632ocn018190632book19880.28Bradbury, MalcolmThe modern world : ten great writersCriticism, interpretation, etcExamines ten modern writers whose works have reshaped our concept of literature+-+8939665965324133265ocn002930378book19740.53Bradbury, MalcolmModernism : 1890-1930Criticism, interpretation, etcIncludes material on symbolism, decadence, impressionism, imagism, vorticism, futurism, expressionism, dada, surrealism, free verse, Thomas Mann, James Joyce, Italo Svevo, Wallace Stevens, Rainer Maria Rilke, Paul Valery, Joseph Conrad, Robert Musil, Franz Kafka, William Butler Yeats, Luigi Pirandello+-+5783865965324118748ocn001735487book19750.31Bradbury, MalcolmThe history man : a novelFictionEen hyperradicale socioloog aan een "Nieuwe universiteit" probeert de geschiedenis naar zijn hand te zetten waarbij hij op niets ontziende wijze zijn collega's manipuleert+-+6564964455324117116ocn009829245book19820.29Dutton, Robert RSaul BellowCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence"Saul Bellow wrote marvelously acute, unsparing, tender, ferocious, hilarious, and wise letters throughout his long life (1915-2005). Friends, lovers, wives, colleagues, and fans all cross these pages.This self-portrait shows the influences at work in the man and illuminates his enduring legacy: the novels and stories that earned him a Nobel Prize and the admiration of readers the world over."-Back cover+-+2097100695105410ocn052191798visu19950.19Schlesinger, JohnCold Comfort FarmFictionDramaComedy filmsFilm adaptationsRecently orphaned, Flora ignores the sage advise of Mrs. Smiley and moves to the country to live on a decrepit farm with her eccentric relatives, where she finds ample material for the novel she wishes to write+-+0055778325324105229ocn009646381book19830.28Bradbury, MalcolmRates of exchangeFictionSatireEen Engelse professor brengt een officieel bezoek aan een denkbeeldig Oosteuropees land en ondervindt daar het tot in het extreme opgevoerde controlesysteem van een totalitaire staat+-+4980265965324104910ocn000708127book19730.50Bradbury, MalcolmPossibilities: essays on the state of the novelCriticism, interpretation, etc101031ocn018629274book19870.27Bradbury, MalcolmThe Penguin book of modern British short storiesFictionGathers stories by Lowry, Beckett, Bowen, Pritchett, Rhys, Golding, Amis, Lessing, Spark, Fowles, Ballard, and Weldon+-+915815596598917ocn034767377book19960.24Bradbury, MalcolmThe atlas of literatureBiographyBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksUses maps, essays, and photographs to explore the connection between writers and place, looking at houses and communities where authors lived and worked, places they frequented, and the impact of their writings on those places, and visiting some of the settings and scenes from the books themselves+-+631833443697026ocn045166693book20000.24Bradbury, MalcolmTo the HermitageHistoryFictionHistorical fiction"It is 1773, and philosopher Denis Diderot, art critic, theater critic, impresario of L'Encyclopedie is summoned to St. Petersburg, where he hopes to enlighten the espotic Catherine the Great on reason and liberty. Though the crafty empress lures him to her Winter Palace, the Hermitage, she seems more interested in buying him impressive personal library than adopting the liberal reforms he suggests." -- Jacket+-+768621030695737ocn003130981book19770.39Bradbury, MalcolmThe Novel today : contemporary writers on modern fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+183613155532493259ocn006194573book19800.56Bradbury, MalcolmIntroduction to American studies+-+017065730532491225ocn000196017book19710.56Bradbury, MalcolmThe social context of modern English literatureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc84663ocn000275928book19590.37Bradbury, MalcolmEating people is wrong, a comedyFictionSatireThis provincial university is filled with characters: "Mr. Eborebelosa, of Africa, who locks himself for long periods in public lavatories; grotesque Louis Bates, hovering between being a working-class genius and a full-time madman; sweet Emma Fielding, who is writing a thesis about fish imagery in Shakespeare's tragedies; [and] Professor Treece, too fogged by his liberal ideas to be a Lucky Jim."--Cover+-+843688243581634ocn026055538book19920.27Bradbury, MalcolmDoctor CriminaleFiction"In a dazzling comedy that polarizes to an altogether darker shade, Malcolm Bradbury uses abrasive satire to open up the unyielding central dilemma: whether, how, and at what price the mind of modern man can keep one step ahead of history."--BOOK JACKET+-+551486596532478314ocn034191373book19950.35Bradbury, MalcolmDangerous pilgrimages : transatlantic mythologies and the novelHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMalcolm Bradbury, who has been writing about various aspects of American and British literature for more than three decades, tracks this long-lived relationship and the accompanying myths with expert zest and enthusiasm. It is an exhilarating journey - from Chateaubriand's primeval America, crisscrossing the Atlantic to Henry James (who invented Paris) and Edith Wharton's focus on the American in Europe, to the European tours of America in the tradition of Evelyn Waugh (who invented postmodern L.A.) and Malcolm Lowry, to the contemporary "frequent flyer" novelists for whom both continents represents a kind of hyper-reality+-+807113521513354ocn044962304com19890.47Morace, Robert AThe dialogic novels of Malcolm Bradbury and David LodgeCriticism, interpretation, etcDiscusses the overlooked works of Bradbury and Lodge in terms of their critical reception, Bakhtin's theory of the dialogical novel, and their relation to British literature and contemporary literature in general. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or2394ocn062225203book20060.35Bradbury, MalcolmLiar's landscape : collected writing from a storyteller's life+-+2880895885104ocn018892993visu19870.56Bradbury, MalcolmMalcolm Bradbury with A.S. ByattInterviewsMalcolm Bradbury discusses the modern movement in literature, American literature of the fifties, and liberalism as a literary form. He describes structuralist and deconstructionist criticism especially in reference to the comic form42ocn611337671com20030.18Malcolm (Stanley) Bradbury (1932-2000)Criticism, interpretation, etc41ocn220410136rcrd19810.31Bradbury, MalcolmMalcolm Bradbury in conversation with Anthony ThwaiteInterviews31ocn832595633book20110.47Suciu, Andreia IrinaMalcolm Bradbury between modernism and postmodernismCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn643885010book19830.32British novelists since 1960Bio-bibliographyBiography DictionariesDictionariesContains biographical sketches of representative British novelists whose work began to appear roughly around 196022ocn757929326book2005Vlad, EduardAuthorship and identity in contemporary fiction12ocn225803235rcrd19780.81Bradbury, MalcolmMalcolm Bradbury talks on the creative process and his own workCriticism, interpretation, etcMalcolm Bradbury reflects upon the trends in the development of the English novel since the 1920s, discusses the work of some contemporary authors and his own literary contribution11ocn019646697book19880.47Elphick, Linda Lois"A world without real deliverances" : liberal humanism in the novels of Malcolm BradburyCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn462019057mix0.47Review of Contemporary FictionCorrespondence, literary manuscripts, typescripts, proofs and final copies, as well as interviews with contemporary writers. There is an addition to the collection which is shelved separately, accession number 1990-108, which includes 18 volumes of uncorrected galleys, 1986-199011ocn034021509book1.00Bradbury, Malcolm[Miscellaneous periodical appearances]Criticism, interpretation, etcInterviews11ocn039041730mix1.00Bradbury, MalcolmPapersRecords and correspondenceConsists of the papers of Malcolm Bradbury. The papers include correspondence with many of Bradbury's contemporaries in British fiction and academics, as well as his agents, publishers, and family; many drafts of his novels and critical works, along with research notes and some background material, as well as drafts of books edited by Bradbury; and miscellaneous materials which include items related to Bradbury's teaching, lecturing, and activities with various organizations and committees, as well as financial papers, including royalty statements11ocn264977780book19800.47Bradbury, MalcolmMalcolm Bradbury in conversation with Anthony ThwaiteInterviews01ocn122308581mixBrossard, ChandlerArchivesManuscriptsCorrespondence (1950-1989); typescript articles, novels, plays, stories; notebooks; galley proofs; and printed material, including articles and reviews01ocn317813717visu1989Malcolm Bradbury with A. S. ByattInterviewsAuthor Malcolm Bradbury discusses his life and work with A. S. Byatt01ocn218933519book1978Bradbury, MalcolmMalcolm Bradbury talks on the creative process and his own work : Phonotape01ocn122343238mixO'Connor, William VanCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesCorrespondence (1943-1967) and writings (1960-1966). Correspondents include Kingsley Amis, Caroline Gordon, Lewis Mumford, Karl Jay Shapiro, Allen Tate, Lionel Trilling, Robert Penn Warren, and others. Writings include typescripts of books, plays, and an untitled and unfinished collection of literary reminiscences+-+6318334436+-+6318334436Fri Mar 21 15:56:06 EDT 2014batch45820