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No, not Bloomsbury

Author: Malcolm Bradbury
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 1988.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Bradbury
ISBN: 0231067267 9780231067263
OCLC Number: 16526349
Notes: The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Description: 373 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: PART ONE: WRITER AND CRITIC --
Writer and Critic --
"A Dog Engulfed in Sand": Character and Abstraction in Contemporary Writing and Painting --
An Age of Parody: Style in the Modern Arts --
PART TWO: DECADES AND SEASONS --
"Closing Time in the Gardens": Or, What Happened to Writing in the 1940s --
The Novel No Longer Novel: Writing Fiction After World War Two --
PART THREE: CONEMPORARY WRITERS --
Unhappy Families Are All Alike: Ivy Compton-Burnett and the Modern Novel --
Evelyn Goes to Hollywood: Waugh and the Postwar World --
"Design-Governing Postures": Malcolm Lowry and Modern Fiction --
New Men: Snow, Cooper and the Novel of the Fifties --
A Matter for Serious Scrutiny: F.R. Leavis in the 1950s --
"No, Not Bloomsbury": The Comic Fiction of Kinglsey Amis --
The Novel As Pastiche: Angus Wilson and Modern Fiction --
"A House Fit for Free Characters": The Novels of Iris Murdoch --
Muriel Spark's Fingernails --
The Novelist as Impresario: The Fiction of John Fowles --
PART FOUR: CELEBRATING THE OCCASION --
Adapting and Being Adaptable: The Novelist and Television --
The Telling Life: Some Thoughts on Literary Biography --
Persons of Letters (Priestly and Cary) --
William Trevor's Dubliners --
Campus Fictions --
Busy Burgess --
Crossing the Lines (William Golding) --
Unlimited Dreams (J.G. Ballard) --
The White Mountain (D.M. Thomas) --
Sinclair's Spectrum --
Rushdie's Empire --
The Floating World (Kazuo Ishiguro) --
Bookering and Being Bookered.
Responsibility: Malcolm Bradbury.

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