As to our universities, I’ve come to the conclusion that they are elitist where they should be egalitarian, and egalitarian where they should be elitist.
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|Birth:||28th January, 1935|
|Profession:||Critic, Novelist, Professor, Writer|
David John Lodge was bornk in Brockley, London, England. He is an English critic, novelist, writer and professor of English Literature at the University of Birmingham until 1987, and he is best known for his novels satirising academic life, particularly the "Campus Trilogy" — Changing Places: A Tale of Two Campuses, Small World: An Academic Romance, and Nice Work. Small World and Nice Work were both shortlisted for the Booker Prize. Another major theme in his work is Roman Catholicism, beginning from his first published novel The Picturegoers. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts with first-class honours in 1955, at University of London. He earned a Master of Arts in 1959, at London University.
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