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  • Private Eye #1222: 'According to Professor Richard Bradford in his recent survey The Novel Now, she is something called a "domesticated postmodernist". This apparently means a writer who doesn't quite let his or her weakness for highbrow trickery get in the way of a desire to sell large numbers of copies.'

    October 31, 2008