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Summoning Your Youth at Will': Memory, Time, and Aging in the Work of Penelope Lively, Margaret Atwood, and Doris Lessing.
After Feminism: Pat Barker, Penelope Lively, and the Contemporary Novel.
Penelope Lively, Dancing Fish and Ammonites (New York: Viking, 2013), 42.
Sarah Crown, "A Life in Books: Penelope Lively," Guardian, July 25, 2009, http://www.
Penelope Lively acaba de publicar La fotografa (Contrasena) y How it All Began, dentro de sus 20 novelas y 29 libros infantiles.
A sampling of topics: the expulsion from childhood in the writings of Penelope Lively, projections of paradise in Salman Rushdie and Agha Shahid Ali, Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide, Romesh Gunesekera's Reef, and Bernardine Evaristo's Soul Tourists.
Four British Fantasists: Place and Culture in the Children's Fantasies of Penelope Lively, Alan Garner, Diana Wynne Jones, and Susan Cooper.
The Royal Society of Literature said on Tuesday that the award judges, Kathleen Jamie, Professor Steve Jones and Penelope Lively, were united in their praise for the book.
His argument is supported with reference to often well-known novelists, with Penelope Lively prominent, rubbing shoulders with, amongst others, Proust (inevitably), Tolstoy, Graham Swift and, less convincingly, Daphne Du Maurier.
The Irish novelist was shortlisted alongside works by other literary heavyweights such as Penelope Lively and Hilary Mantel - who previously won the pounds 50,000 Man Booker Prize for Fiction for Wolf Hall.
The candidates for the novel award are Penelope Lively for Family Album, Hilary Mantel for Wolf Hall, Christopher Nicholson for The Elephant Keeper and Colm TuibAEn for Brooklyn.
Moon Tiger by Penelope Lively (Penguin Modern Classics, 8.