Patricia Craig


In the LRB Archive:

  • Non-Eater · 3 December 1992

    • Life-Size by Jenefer Shute
    • Daughters of the House by Michèle Roberts
  • Pious Girls and Swearing Fathers · 1 June 1989

    • English Children and their Magazines 1751-1945 by Kirsten Drotner
    • Frank Richards: The Chap behind the Chums by Mary Cadogan
    • A History of Children’s Book Illustration by Joyce Irene Whalley and Tessa Rose Chester
    • Manchester Polytechnic Library of Children’s Books 1840-1939: ‘From Morality to Adventure’ by W.H. Shercliff
    • Children’s Modern First Editions: Their Value to Collectors by Joseph Connolly
  • Renaissance · 2 March 1989

    • Fictions of the Irish Literary Revival: A Changling Art by John Wilson Foster
  • Those for whom India proves too strong · 31 March 1988

    • Three Continents by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
  • Separate Development · 10 December 1987

    • The Female Form by Rosalind Miles
    • Feminism and Poetry by Jan Montefiore
    • Nostalgia and Sexual Difference by Janice Doane and Devon Hodges
    • Reading Woman by Mary Jacobus
    • The New Feminist Criticism edited by Elaine Showalter
    • Reviewing the Reviews
  • Getting on · 17 September 1987

    • The Golden Bird: Two Orkney Stories by George Mackay Brown
    • The Upper Hand by Stuart Hood
    • Dreams of Dead Women’s Handbags by Shena Mackay
  • Blights · 23 April 1987

    • A Darkness in the Eye by M.S. Power
    • The Stars at Noon by Denis Johnson
    • Like Birds in the Wilderness by Agnes Owens
    • Fool’s Sanctuary by Jennifer Johnston
    • A Fatal Inversion by Barbara Vine (Ruth Rendell)
    • Sisters of the Road by Barbara Wilson
    • The price you pay by Hannah Wakefield
  • Green War · 19 February 1987

    • Poetry in the Wars by Edna Longley
    • We Irish: The Selected Essays of Denis Donoghue
    • The Battle of The Books by W.J. McCormack
    • The Twilight of Ascendancy by Mark Bence-Jones
    • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl edited by John Quinn
  • The Shirt of Nessan · 9 October 1986

    • The Free Frenchman by Piers Paul Read
    • Dizzy’s Woman by George MacBeth
    • On Foreign Ground by Eduardo Quiroga
    • A New Shirt by Desmond Hogan
  • Open that window, Miss Menzies · 7 August 1986

    • A Taste for Death by P.D. James
    • A Dark-Adapted Eye by Barbara Vine
    • Dead Men’s Morris by Gladys Mitchell
    • Laurels are poison by Gladys Mitchell
    • Dido and Pa by Joan Aiken
  • Green Martyrs · 24 July 1986

    • The New Oxford Book of Irish Verse edited by Thomas Kinsella
    • The Faber Book of Contemporary Irish Poetry edited by Paul Muldoon
    • Irish Poetry after Joyce by Dillon Johnston
  • Belfast Book · 5 June 1986

    • Lonely the man without heroes by M.S. Power
    • The Pearlkillers by Rachel Ingalls
    • The Girls by John Bowen
    • To have and to hold by Deborah Moggach
    • Vacant Possession by Hilary Mantel
    • Breaking the rules by Caroline Lassalle
    • The Bay of Silence by Lisa St Aubin de Teran
  • Hiberbole · 17 April 1986

    • Somerville and Ross: The World of the Irish R.M. by Gifford Lewis
  • Squelching · 6 March 1986

    • Breaking silence: Lesbian Nuns on Convent Sexuality edited by Rosemary Curb and Nancy Manahan
  • Angela and the Beast · 5 December 1985

    • Black Venus by Angela Carter
    • Come unto these yellow sands by Angela Carter
    • Mainland by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer
    • The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler
    • Arrows of Longing by Virginia Moriconi
  • Larks · 19 September 1985

    • But for Bunter by David Hughes
    • Bunter Sahib by Daniel Green
    • The Good Terrorist by Doris Lessing
    • Unexplained Laughter by Alice Thomas Ellis
    • Polaris and Other Stories by Fay Weldon
  • Valorising Valentine Brown · 5 September 1985

    • Ascendancy and Tradition in Anglo-Irish Literary History from 1789 to 1939 by W.J. McCormack
    • Across a Roaring Hill edited by Gerald Dawe and Edna Longley
    • Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980 by Seamus Deane
    • Escape from the Anthill by Hubert Butler
  • Crusoe and Daughter · 20 June 1985

    • Crusoe’s Daughter by Jane Gardam
    • The Tie that Binds by Kent Haruf
    • Hannie Richards, or The Intrepid Adventures of a Restless Wife by Hilary Bailey
    • A Fine Excess by Jane Ellison
    • Victory over Japan by Ellen Gilchrist
  • Exasperating Classics · 23 May 1985

    • Secret Gardens by Humphrey Carpenter
    • Reading and Righting by Robert Leeson
    • Pipers at the Gates of Dawn by Jonathan Cott
  • Uncle Max · 20 December 1984

    • The man who was M: The Life of Maxwell Knight by Anthony Masters
    • Unreliable Witness: Espionage Myths of the Second World War by Nigel West
    • The Great Betrayal: The Untold Story of Kim Philby’s Biggest Coup by Nicholas Bethell

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