7 edition of Penelope of the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Translation from the Bulgarian, with some poems in Bulgarian.
|Statement||introduced by Blaga Dimitrova ; translated by Brenda Walker with Valentine Borrisov and Belin Tonchev.|
|Contributions||Walker, Brenda., Tonchev, Belin, 1952-, Borrisov, Valentine.|
|LC Classifications||PG1037.B23 A28 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||93070419|
When Penelope Fitzgerald went up to Oxford, still not the commonest thing for a woman to do in the ’s, she attended the same college as her mother had a generation before. She took with her the copy of a “textbook” that her mother had used, of Spenser’s poetry, with her mother’s notes written in the margins of the book, to which. The fractures and schisms of the twentieth-century are reflected in the Current proliferation of literary genres, and in the marvellous variety that a single genre can embrace. Leading exponents of ghost fiction such as M.R. James and Algernon Blackwood are joined by authors such as Scott Fitzgerald, A.S. Byatt, William Trevor, and Alison Lurie Pages:
"Decorative Arts of the Twentieth Century": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 37, no. 3 (Winter, –) Hunter-Stiebel, Penelope (–) This title is out of print. Penelope Fitzgerald. Described by the Guardian as, ‘one the most distinctive and elegant voices in contemporary British fiction’, Penelope Fitzgerald was one of the twentieth-century’s most acclaimed British novelists.. Born in , Fitzgerald didn’t start writing until the ’s and her first novel, The Golden Child, wasn’t published until
Penelope Lively is a novelist, short story writer and author of children’s books. Her novels have won several literary awards, including the Booker Prize for Moon Tiger in The Road to Lichfield and According to Mark were shortlisted for the Booker Prize.. Her children’s book The Ghost of Thomas Kempe was awarded the Carnegie Medal, and A Stitch in Time won a Whitbread Award. Penelope Fitzgerald () has been acclaimed as one of the finest British novelists of the late twentieth century. Four of her novels were shortlisted for the Booker Prize and one of them, Offshore (), won; her final work of historical fiction, The Blue Flower (), won the .
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