|See, for example: "Woman's Mirror," rev. of Jerusalem the Golden, by
Margaret Drabble , Times Literary Supplement, 13 Apr. 1967, p. 301; "Female and Male Subjects," rev. of The Waterfall, by Margaret Drabble, Times Literary Supplement, 22 May 1969, p. 549;
Anthony Thwaite, rev. of The Needle's Eye, by
Margaret Drabble, New
Statesman, 31 Mar. 1972, p. 430; rev. of The Needle's Eye, by
Choice, Nov. 1972, pp. 1127-28;
Lore Dickstein, rev. of The Realms of Gold, by Margaret Drabble, New York Times Book Review, 16 Nov. 1975, p. 5;
David Hellerstein , "The Realms of Chance: An Encounter with Margaret Drabble," Harvard
Magazine, Mar.-Apr. 1981, pp. 57-60.|
|See, for example: Maureen Howard, rev. of The Ice Age, by
Margaret Drabble, New
York Times Book Review, 9 Oct. 1977, p. 7; Phyllis Rose, "Our Chronicler of Britain," rev. of The Middle Ground, by
Margaret Drabble, New York Times Book Review, 14 Sept. 1980, pp. 1, 32-33.|
| A. S. Byatt has published two novels, The Game and The Virgin in the Garden, and two
scholarly works, Degrees of Freedom: The Novels of Iris Murdoch and Wordsworth and
Coleridge in Their Time.|
|All references to
Drabble's novels will be to the first American editions (indicated in
the list below) and will be cited parenthetically in the text, using the following
|A Summer Bird-Cage ( New York: Morrow, 1964)||Bird-Cage|
|The Garrick Year ( New York: Morrow, 1965)||Garrick Year|
|The Millstone ( New York: Morrow, 1966)||Millstone|
|Jerusalem the Golden ( New York: Morrow, 1967)||Jerusalem|
|The Waterfall ( New York: Knopf, 1969)||Waterfall|
|The Needle's Eye ( New York: Knopf, 1972)||Needle's Eye|
|The Realms of Gold ( New York: Knopf, 1975)||Realms|
|The Ice Age ( New York: Knopf, 1977)||Ice Age|
|The Middle Ground ( New York: Knopf, 1980)||Middle Ground|
| Joan Manheimer, "Margaret Drabble and the Journey to the Self," Studies in the
Literaty Imagination, 11 ( 1978), 141.|
| Nancy S. Hardin, "An Interview with Margaret Drabble," Contemporary Literature, 14 ( 1973),290.|
| Drabble made this comment to Bernard Bergonzi in one of his BBC interviews in
the program series entitled "Novelists of the Sixties" ( 1967-68). The quote reap|
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Book title: Margaret Drabble: Existing within Structures.
Contributors: Mary Hurley Moran - Author.
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press.
Place of publication: Carbondale, IL.
Publication year: 1983.
Page number: 119.
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