Liar’s Landscape - Malcolm Bradbury

PUBLISHED: 11:42 01 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

MALCOLM Bradbury is always seen as the author of The History Man. It was a novel which captured a period in time when both students and their lecturers were involved in a revolution. But there was always more to Bradbury. In Liar s Landscape the versatili

MALCOLM Bradbury is always seen as the author of The History Man.

It was a novel which captured a period in time when both students and their lecturers were involved in a revolution.

But there was always more to Bradbury.

In Liar's Landscape the versatility of the late author's is demonstrated in a range of pieces that include short stories, work in progress, sketches and other jottings.

His son, Dominic, has assembled the work Bradbury left behind in a book that clearly shows the author was one of the most important authors of the modern age.

It is essential reading about writers and writing.


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