- Author:Maggie Gee
- Publisher:Faber; First edition (1984)
- Pages:214 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Dying, in Other Words is the debut novel of English author Maggie Gee, variously described as surrealist and modern gothic. According to the OUP's Good Fiction Guide, a "vividly written experimental novel" it made a "strong impression" when it was published in 1981. Containing "postmodernist gimmicks" and self-refexive structures it concerns a supposedly dead woman rewriting the story of her own death.
Literature & Fiction Books History & Criticism Books. ISBN13: 9780571125272. Dying, in Other Words.
Hoiwever, my heart sank on opening the book to read the Author’s Note on How Not to Read this Novel. The final sixty pages represent poems, writings and more from Moira’s papers, and descriptions of sexually-tainted committee meetings, administrations and organisations.
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Gee, a young British product of literary academia (Oxford M. Litt. Gee, a young British product of literary academia (Oxford M.
Novelist Maggie Gee was born in Poole, Dorset, and educated at state schools and Somerville College, Oxford .
Novelist Maggie Gee was born in Poole, Dorset, and educated at state schools and Somerville College, Oxford where she completed two degrees in English. In 1982 Maggie Gee was selected as one of the original 20 'Best of Young British Novelists' and became Writing Fellow at the University of East.
Dying, in Other Words is the debut novel of English author Maggie Gee, variously . The book was inspired by Beryl Bainbridge's own experiences working as a cellar girl in a bottling factory after her divorce in 1959. Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn is the second novel by American author Paul Watkins.