Description - Liar's Landscape by Malcolm Bradbury
'What is written lives far longer than we do -- or so we would like to think.' From unfinished novel to unsent letters, from prose to play, from Macclesfield to the New Year's Honours List, Liar's Landscape is evidence of the late great author's versatility, wit and passion for the written word. When Sir Malcolm Bradbury died in 2000, he left behind a lifetime's work; some of it published and some of it not; fiction and non-fiction; short stories and novels; completed work, work in progress, work barely begun; plans, sketches, notes, titles. Given shape and coherence by his son, Dominic, that work has now become Liar's Landscape, a book about books, about writing and writers, about being a writer and, of course, about being Malcolm Bradbury. 'Liar's Landscape is essential reading for all admirers of Malcolm Bradbury and, for those who don't know his work, an invaluable sampler of his worldly-wise humour and satirical wit' Tom Rosenthal, Independent
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(197mm x 130mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Malcolm Bradbury
MALCOLM BRADBURY was a well-known novelist, critic and academic, and set up the famous creative writing department of the University of East Anglia, whose students have included Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro. Bradbury was the author of seven novels, including To the Hermitage (2000), and wrote several works of non-fiction, humour and satire. He was an active journalist and a leading television writer, responsible for the adaptations of Porterhouse Blue, Cold Comfort Farm and episodes of Inspector Morse, A Touch of Frost, Kavanagh QC, and Dalziel and Pascoe. He was awarded a knighthood in 2000 and died the same year. DOMINIC BRADBURY is a writer and journalist. He has written a number of books on architecture and design and contributes to many magazines and newspapers, including the Sunday Times and Daily Telegraph . He lives in Norfolk.