Novelist, critic, lecturer and reviewer David Lodge is one of Britain's most stimulating literary polymaths. This book contains a collection of his essays, written between 1965 and 1985, on subjects such as Salinger, D.H. Lawrence, Catholicism as well as his own attitudes to writing.
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David Lodge is Professor of Modern English Literature at the University of Birmingham, where he has worked since 1960. He is married with three children. His novels include The Picturegoers, Ginger, You're Barmy,The British Museum is Falling Down, Out of the Shelter, Changing Places, for which he was awarded the Hawthornden prize and the Yorkshire Post Fiction Prize, How Far Can You Go?, which was Whitbread Book of the Year 1980, and Small World, which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1984. He is also the author of several works of literary criticism. Proceeds from Write On will go to the charity CARE, whose work is described in the Foreword.
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