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David John Lodge, nado o 28 de xaneiro de 1935 en Brockley, Londres, é un autor británico. Nas súas novelas, Lodge a miúdo satiriza o mundo académico en xeral e as humanidades en particular. Importante novelas súas son: The British Museum Is Falling Down (1965), How Far Can You Go? (1980) ou Paradise News (1991).

David Lodge
Nacemento28 de xaneiro de 1935
 Londres
NacionalidadeReino Unido
Alma máterUniversidade de Birmingham, University College de Londres e Universidade Brown
Ocupaciónguionista, novelista, escritor, dramaturgo e crítico literario
PremiosCommandeur des Arts et des Lettres‎, Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Orde do Imperio Británico e Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
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FicciónEditar

  • The Picturegoers — 1960
  • Ginger You're Barmy — 1962
  • The British Museum Is Falling Down — 1965
  • Out of the Shelter — 1970
  • Changing Places — 1975
  • How Far Can You Go? — 1980
  • Small World: An Academic Romance — 1984
  • Nice Work — 1988
  • Paradise News — 1991
  • Therapy — 1995
  • The Man Who Wouldn't Get Up: And Other Stories — 1998
  • Home Truths — 1999 (novela escrito a partir dun orixinal para teatro)
  • Thinks ... — 2001
  • Author, Author — 2004
  • Deaf Sentence — 2008

Non-ficciónEditar

  • Language of Fiction — 1966
  • The Novelist at the Crossroads — 1971
  • The Modes of Modern Writing — 1977
  • Working with Structualism — 1981
  • Write On — 1986
  • After Bakhtin — 1990
  • The Art of Fiction — 1992
  • Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader — 1992
  • The Practice of Writing — 1997
  • Consciousness and the Novel — 2003
  • The Year of Henry James: The Story of a Novel — 2006

TeatroEditar

  • The Writing Game — 1990
  • Home Truths — 1999

Adaptación televisivasEditar

  • Small World — 1988
  • Nice Work — 1989
  • Martin Chuzzlewit — 1994
  • The Writing Game — 1995

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