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"Universities are the cathedrals of the modern age. They shouldn't have to justify their existence by utilitarian criteria." -- David Lodge
David John Lodge CBE, (born 28 January 1935 at Brockley, London, England) is a British author.
In his novels, Lodge often satirises academia in general and the humanities in particular. He was brought up Catholic and has described himself as an "agnostic Catholic". Many of his characters are Catholic and their Catholicism is a major theme. Examples include his novels The British Museum Is Falling Down (1965), How Far Can You Go? (1980; published in the U.S. as Souls and Bodies) and Paradise News (1991).
Total Books: 216
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