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UEA/BRAD/32 - [Lectures, discussions, conferences, papers]

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[Lectures, discussions, conferences, papers]
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48 items Lectures
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Conference on World Affairs. (1959 : University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.). 12th annual United Nations Week. Sponsored by the Council of Social Sciences. Program.

MB. The outland dart: American writers and European modernism. Sarah Tryphena Phillips Lecture in American Literature and History. Offprint from the Proceedings of the British Academy, London, Volume LXVII (1977), p.33-52. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-85672153-0.

MB. Modernisms/Postmodernisms, p.311-327. Reprinted from Innovation/Renovation : New Perspectives on the Humanities, edited by Ihab Hassan and Sally Hassan. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1983.

MB. Source materials for considering the adaptation of novels for television. The Chichester Lecture. No.4. West Sussex Institute of Higher Education, 1983, 1984. ISBN 0-9503003-6-5.

MB. The politics of the liberal imagination : writers and society in the American 1950s. Sir George Watson Lecture. Delivered in the University of Leicester 5 March 1985.

MB. The nonhomemade world: European and American modernism. This paper was first presented in lecture form to the 1986 meeting of the International Association of University Professors of English. 'American Quarterly'. Vol.39, no.1, Spring 1987, p.27-36.

Ronald Shusterman. Malcolm Bradbury ou la derive des genres. (Paper first delivered at a conference in Poitiers, 1991).

MB. Writing fiction in the 90s. Restant XX (1992) 1, p.13-25. Reprint from Neo-realism in contemporary American fiction edited by Kristiaan Versluys. (Postmodern Studies 5).

MB. TSB Forum: a changing language. London : TSB Group, [1994].

MB. School of Education and Professional Development. University of East Anglia. Language, Literacy, Literature and Life : the third and fourth Andrew Wilkinson Memorial Lectures. Chapter IV Creative Writing and the University, p.17-33, 18 June 1998. [Photocopy].

MB. Stepping Westward: from literary criticism to literary theory. The Cleanth Brooks Lecture on American Literature and Culture, 1999. London : Institute of United States Studies, 2000. ISBN 0-718-716191.
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