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Who is Alison Lurie?
Alison Lurie is an American novelist and academic. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her 1984 novel Foreign Affairs. Although better known as a novelist, she has also written numerous non-fiction books and articles, particularly on children's literature and the semiotics of dress.
- born on (89 years ago) in Chicago
- ethnicity: White American
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Novelist
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by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
American novelist An author ofscholarly essays and humorous social novels for more than four decades, Alison Lurie abandons standard fictional convention to satirize courtship, sexuality, and the debased housewife. While growing ...
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
ed Alison Lurie. As noted ...
by Donald Haase, Donald Haase Ph.D.
Critical scrutiny from the point of view of feminism dates from a 1970s controversy between Alison Lurie and Marcia R. Lieberman as to whether fairy tales are liberating or oppressive. Many in this era, including conservative Christians, sought ...
by Emer O'Sullivan
Alison Lurie, Angela Carter, Tanith Lee, Jane Yolen, Babette Cole, and others have written re— visionist feminist fairy tales for adults and children. Black folktales and fairy tales have been issued by authors such as Julius Lester and Virginia ...
by Abby H. P. Werlock
Lovecraft “The Colour out of Space”; “The Dunwich Horror”; “The Evil Clergyman”; “The Lurking Fear”; “The Shunned House” Alison Lurie “Fat People”; ...
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