Lodge, David. “The author’s curse”. Guardian Unlimited.
Standard Name: Lodge, David
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With many others including Charlotte Bingham , Edwina Currie , Helen Dunmore , Nicci Gerrard , Wendy Holden , David Lodge , Val McDermid , Joanna Trollope , Lynne Truss , and Salley Vickers ,...
|Fictionalization||H. G. Wells||
In 2011 David Lodge published a novel about Wells, under the title A Man of Parts.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Gardam||
Most of these stories inhabit JG 's familiar territory among suburban women of a certain age, but other protagonists are very different: a dirty old tramp, a reluctant male homosexual, and, in the title story...
|Literary responses||Vernon Lee||
Through this research Lee anticipates several major critical turns of the twentieth century, such as those developed by I. A. Richards , Mikhail Bakhtin , Roland Barthes , and Wolfgang Iser . Though it received...
|Literary responses||Emma Tennant||
An early review described ET as taking revenge on Henry James for some unknown injury by making him a villain.
The subsequent clutch of James novels elicited a thoughtful piece by David Lodge in which...
An impressive body of criticism on James has recently been joined by fictionalizations of him in several novels. Emma Tennant portrayed him in her Felony, 2002, and in 2004 three more James novels were...
|Textual Production||Emma Tennant||
ET seems to have been ahead of a trend: in 2004 (the same year that Felony appeared in paperback) David Lodge , Colm Tóibín , and Alan Hollinghurst all published novels about James, while the...
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