Margaret Drabble: Existing within Structures

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Notes
I Introduction
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 Margaret Drabble, 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 short titles:
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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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Drabble's Dark Universe 18
  • 3 - Nature and the Individual 37
  • 4 - Family and the Individual 62
  • 6 - Imagination: the Role of Literature 108
  • Notes 119
  • Selected Bibliography Of Drabble's Works 126
  • Index 129
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