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Guardian Imagines Literary Mash-up of Brideshead Revisited

In a recent issue of the Guardian, literary critic John Mullan has re-imagined several mash-ups of literary classics after the success of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies which made it to the best seller list in the U.S. and has now … Continue reading

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Lodge Memoirs (more)

In this week’s New Statesman, journalist and academic John Mullan reviews the memoirs of David Lodge (see earlier post) and Antonia Fraser (My History: A Memoir of Growing Up). He sees the two writers as a contrast between “prole” and … Continue reading

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