Lindsay Duguid

Standard Name: Duguid, Lindsay


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Literary responses Monica Furlong
Lindsay Duguid admired the bold note of passionate intensity with which MF describes the affair, but felt that she then spoiled the effect by registering embarrassment at her own boldness. The novel was said to...
Literary responses Hilary Mantel
Lindsay Duguid in the Times Literary Supplementlocated Fludd in the tradition of Muriel Spark and called it [s]erious without being pious, satirical without being trivial, and always forgiving . . . . both funny...
Literary responses Gwen Moffat
Lindsay Duguid praised this book in the Times Literary Supplement for its convincing recreation of historical actuality: The real interest of the book lies in the trail itself.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
4115 (12 February 1982): 169
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Literary responses Michelene Wandor
Lindsay Duguid , the Times Literary Supplement reviewer, argued that the combination of epistolary form with archetypal figures resulted in a rather ponderous levity.
Duguid, Lindsay. “Cinderella’s Walkman”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 4412, p. 1158.


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