Penelope Fitzgerald Bibliography

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Penelope Fitzgerald was born in Lincoln, England, on 17th December 1916 to a literary family. Her father was the editor of Punch and her uncle was Ronald the author Knox. After leaving school she went to Somerville College in Oxford where one of her tutors was JRR Tolkien, he left with an honours degree in literature. A series of uninspiring jobs preceded the publication of her first book. Her first novel The Golden Child started a run of highly regarded and successful books. There have been several Booker nominations with Offshore finally winning the coveted Booker Prize in 1979.
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The Early Works
 
Title Publisher Date Notes
Edward Burne Jones Joseph 1975  
The Knox Brothers Macmillan 1977  
The Golden Child Duckworth 1977  
The Bookshop Duckworth 1978  
Offshore Collins 1979  
Human Voices Collins 1980  
At Freddie's Collins 1982  
Charlotte Mew and Her Friends Collins 1984  
Innocence Collins 1986  
The Beginning of Spring Collins 1988  
The Gate of Angels Collins 1990  
The Blue Flower Collins 1995  

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