Malcolm Bradbury Bibliography

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Malcolm Bradbury, born 1932 and died 2000, was both a novelist and critic. The majority of his output is non fiction though he is best known for his novel. The History Man is, by far, the best and indeed most famous. It is still regarded as an important title for those collecting modern firsts. The first three novels are the scarcest, and most valuable, due largely to modest print runs and public library allocations.
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Title   Date Notes
Eating People is Wrong Secker 1959 US: 1960 Knopf
Stepping Westward Secker 1965 US: 1966 Mifflin
The History Man Secker 1975 US: 1976 Mifflin
Who Do You Think You Are Secker 1976  
Rates of Exchange Secker 1983 US: 1983 Knopf
Cuts Hutchinson 1987 US: 1987 Harper
Doctor Criminale Secker 1992 US: 1992 Viking
To the Hermitage Picador 2000 US: 2000 Overlook

Non Fiction - Malcolm Bradbury

Title   Date Notes
Phogey Parrish 1960  
All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go Parrish 1962  
Evelyn Waugh Boyd 1964 wraps
What is a Novel Arnold 1969  
The Social Context of Modern English Literature Blackwell 1971  
Possibilities OUP 1973  
Saul Bellow Methuen 1982 wraps
The Modern American Novel OUP 1983 US: 1993 Viking
Why Come to Slaka ? Secker 1986  
My Strange Quest for Mensonge Deutsch 1987  
No Not Bloomsbury Deutsch 1987  
The Modern World Secker 1988  
Unsent Letters Deutsch 1988  
From Puritanism .. Routledge 1991  
The Modern English Novel Secker 1993  
Dangerous Pilgrimages Secker 1995  

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