David Lodge

writer

1935   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
educated at: University of Birmingham, University College London
occupation: screenwriter, novelist, writer, playwright, literary critic
award received: Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres‎, Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Order of the British Empire, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature

David John Lodge CBE (born 28 January 1935) is an English author and literary critic. A professor of English Literature at the University of Birmingham until 1987, he is known for novels satirising academic life, notably the "Campus Trilogy" – Changing Places: A Tale of Two Campuses (1975), Small World: An Academic Romance (1984), and Nice Work (1988). The second two were shortlisted for the Booker Prize. Another theme is Roman Catholicism, beginning from his first published novel The Picturegoers (1960). Lodge has also written television screenplays and three stage plays. Since retiring, he has continued to publish literary criticism, which often draws on his experience as a novelist and scriptwriter.
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works

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Thinks ...

novel by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

2001

The Art of Fiction

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

1992

Small World: An Academic Romance

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

1984

Therapy

novel by David Lodge published in 1995

author: David Lodge

1995

How Far Can You Go?

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

1980

The British Museum Is Falling Down

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

1965

Deaf Sentence

novel by British author David Lodge

author: David Lodge

2008

Paradise News

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

1991

Changing Places

book

author: David Lodge

1975

Un homme de tempérament

book by David Lodge

author: David Lodge

2012

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