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David Lodge

David LodgeAKA David John Lodge

Born: 28-Jan-1935
Birthplace: London, England

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Novelist, Critic

Nationality: England
Executive summary: How Far Can You Go?

    University: BA, University College London (1955)
    University: MA, University College London (1959)
    University: PhD, University of Birmingham (1967)
    Professor: University of Birmingham (1960-87)

    The Washington Post Columnist
    Royal Society of Literature
    Commander of the British Empire 1998

Author of books:
The Picturegoers (1960, novel)
Ginger, You're Barmy (1962, novel)
The British Museum Is Falling Down (1965, novel)
Language of Fiction (1966)
Out of the Shelter (1970, novel)
The Novelist at the Crossroads, and Other Essays on Fiction and Criticism (1971)
Changing Places: A Tale of Two Campuses (1975, novel)
How Far Can You Go? (1980, novel, aka Souls and Bodies)
Working with Structuralism: Essays and Reviews on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature (1981)
Small World: An Academic Romance (1984, novel)
Write On: Occasional Essays (1986, essays)
Nice Work (1988, novel)
After Bakhtin: Essays in Fiction and Criticism (1990, criticism)
Paradise News (1991, novel)
The Art of Fiction (1992, columns)
Therapy (1995, novel)
Surprised by Summer (1996)
The Practice of Writing (1996)
Home Truths: A Novella (1999)
Thinks... (2001)
Author, Author (2004)

Wrote plays:
Between These Four Walls (1963, co-author)
Slap in the Middle (1965, co-author)

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