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Margaret Drabble (1939 - )

Nationality: British
Periods: British: 20th Century

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An Interview With Margaret Drabble
http://www.cameron.edu/okreview/vol1_2/drabble.html
An extensive interview with Drabble about her writing and society.
Contains: Interview
Author: Scherrey Cardwell, Margery Kingsley, and Von Underwood
From: The Oklahoma Review April 16, 2000
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Margaret Drabble: A Home Page
http://redmood.com/drabble/
This web site, put together by a fan of Drabble, includes a bio of the author, a bibliography of works written by her, an e-mail discussion list, and links to other web sources.
Contains: Sketch, Pictures, Bibliography
Author: Jan Hanford
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