Margaret Drabble is a writer whose subject matter and technique have developed profoundly since the early sixties: this book draws together the different aspects of her narrative practice, and looks at the increasing flexibility of her narrative methods, both in terms of the kind of narrator used and in the structuring of plot events. The often distanced and ironic narration is discussed, and shown to reinforce Drabble's recurrent themes - themes that include the effect of early family influence and heredity on free choice, ...

Margaret Drabble 2005, Northcote House Publishers Ltd

ISBN-13: 9780746309841

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Margaret Drabble 2004, Northcote House Publishers Ltd

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