Byatt


Also found in: Dictionary.

Byatt

Dame A(ntonia) S(usan). born 1936, British novelist; her books include The Virgin in the Garden (1978), Possession (1990), and A Whistling Woman (2002)
References in periodicals archive ?
Byatt in Possession rewrites history from a female point of view.
Byatt accounts for the process of writing in similar terms: it starts, she tells us, 'with a moment of sudden realisation that two things I have been thinking about separately are parts of the same thought, the same work'.
Byatt was named as the winner of the major Dutch award on Sunday and will be presented with the prize this autumn.
Lucinda Byatt delivers an excellent English translation.
Byatt says that with the end of combat operations in Afghanistan, ING has had to look at other business opportunities with civilian and private contractors.
For further information contact |Ian Byatt, Moorhouse Farm, 21 Station Road, Stannington, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 6DX: tel 01670 789016 or 07751 588915: www.
Opposite Byatt is A Play, A Pie and A Pint regular Jimmy Chisholm as Martin, Damien's scheming brother and the "brains" behind the murder plot.
Byatt speaks about the capacity of language to depict the surrounding world in inexhaustible ways: "We are always being told language is inadequate to describe things.
Michelle Byatt, who played Nikki White for four years, organised Saturday's reunion at Liverpool's Hilton hotel and was overwhelmed by the response.
The 'At Home' Residents' Programme is being launched with a cocktail reception in the hotel's Penthouse, with canapes created by award-winning chef, Adam Byatt, and the private viewing of a solo show by artist designer, Mark Humphrey.