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Malcolm Bradbury

Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury CBE (7 September 1932 – 27 November 2000) was an English author and academic.

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David Lodge (author) - Works - Influences
... Amongst his contemporaries, he has most often been compared to his friend Malcolm Bradbury, also an exponent of the campus novel ... Lodge has acknowledged his debt to Bradbury "The British Museum Is Falling Down was the first of my novels that could be described as in any way experimental ... My association with Malcolm Bradbury, and the example of his own work in comedy, was therefore a crucial factor in this development in my writing." Lodge says ...
Malcolm Bradbury - Legacy
... The Malcolm Bradbury building is a 6th-form block at the West Bridgford School named after him ...

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