Margaret Forster (born 25 May 1938) is a British author. She was born in Carlisle, England, where she attended Carlisle and County High School for Girls (1949–1956), and then won an Open Scholarship to read modern history at Somerville College, Oxford, from where she graduated in 1960.
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... by Margaret Forster (Hogarth Press) Criticism and biography of Margaret Forster Bordelon, David, 'Margaret Forster', in Twentieth Century Literary Biographers (Dictionary of Literary Biography. 76–87 'Forster, Margaret', in The Oxford Companion to English Literature ... Margaret Drabble ...
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