Malcolm Bradbury


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Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury (7 September 1932 – 27 November 2000) was an English author and academic.

Bradbury was born in Sheffield, the son of a railwayman. His family moved to London in 1935, but returned to Sheffield in 1941 with his brother and mother. The family later moved to Nottingham and in 1943 Bradbury attended West Bridgford Grammar School, where he remained until 1950. He... more »

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  • ''My experience of ships is that on them one makes an interesting discovery about the world. One finds one can do without it completely.''
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932), British author. Dr. Jochum, in Stepping Westward, bk. 1, ch. 2 (1965).
  • ''English history is all about men liking their fathers, and American history is all about men hating their fathers and trying to burn down everything they ever did.''
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932), British author. Stepping Westward, bk. 2, ch. 5 (1965).
  • ''A conventional good read is usually a bad read, a relaxing bath in what we know already. A true good read is surely an act of innovative creation in which we, the readers, become conspirators.''
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932), British author, critic. Sunday Times (London, Nov. 29, 1987).
  • ''The English are polite by telling lies. The Americans are polite by telling the truth.''
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932), British author. Dr. Bernard Froelich, in Stepping Westward, bk. 2, ch. 5 (1965).
  • Reading someone else's newspaper is like sleeping with someone else's wife. Nothing seems to be precisely in the right place, and when you find what you are looking for, it is not clear then how to re...
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932), British author. Dr. Jochum, in Stepping Westward, bk. 1, ch. 1 (1965).
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