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Malcolm Bradbury
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Born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Born on 7th of September 1932
Died on 27th of November 2000

Born 1932. Died 2000 - English novelist and critic.


Graduated from University College, Leicester. Novels include Eating People is Wrong (1959) and The History Man (1975). Also wrote short stories and television plays. Made Emmy award winning television production, Porterhouse Blue.

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