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Malcolm Bradbury
Birth date: September 07, 1932
Died: November 27, 2000
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Books by the Lake
Books by the Lake rated it 9 years ago
The hero (I use the word ironically) of this story, Angus Petworth, goes to Slaka and comes home again. (He is a linguist who’s asked to give lectures, and this is a very routine trip for him, so he thinks.) While there, he meets the novelist Katya Princip who tells him that he is in a story with he...
Nicole Reads
Nicole Reads rated it 9 years ago
This was a very painful read for me, as can be evidenced in my many status updates. I did not enjoy this at all, unless you can count as enjoyment the glee that filled me when I realized I only had 10 pages to go. Slow, dreadful and inactive. Nothing happens in this book. It's just countless descrip...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 10 years ago
mp3Cleverly written and intelligently amusing however I couldn't care less for the Kirks or their hangers-on in their time slot.
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 10 years ago
Some interesting essays. Inga-Strina Eubank’s essay about Two Gentlemen of Verona is rather interesting because of a comparison to the sonnets. Stanley Wells’ essays is, as always, thought provoking and makes one wonder about Shakespeare and the audience. What did the Bard think about those he pl...
Michelle CH
Michelle CH rated it 10 years ago
Eh gads - a time when unbecoming behavior was such a big deal. A slowly unfolding story of a young woman, Lucy Honeychurch, traveling through Italy (with a chaperone, of course) who encounters an unconventional and socially unacceptable father and son. The pair, Mr. Emerson and George, appeal to Luc...
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