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Christine Brooke-Rose

Christine Brooke-RoseAKA Christine Frances Evelyn Brooke-Rose

Born: 16-Jan-1923
Birthplace: Geneva, Switzerland
Died: 21-Mar-2012
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Out

Military service: British Women's Auxiliary Air Force (Bletchley Park)

Father: Alfred Northbrook Rose (d. 1934)
Mother: Evelyn Brooke (became Benedictine nun)
Husband: Rodney Ian Shirley Bax (m. 16-May-1944, div. 1948)
Husband: Jerzy Pietrkiewicz (Polish poet/novelist, m. 13-Feb-1948, separated 1968)
Husband: Claude Brooke (m. 1981, div. 1982)

    University: BA, Somerville College, Oxford University (1949)
    University: MA, Somerville College, Oxford University (1953)
    University: PhD, University College London (1954)
    Teacher: University of Paris, Vincennes (1968-88)

Author of books:
Gold (1954, poetry)
The Languages of Love (1957, novel)
The Sycamore Tree (1958, novel)
A Grammar of Metaphor (1958, criticism)
The Dear Deceit (1960, novel)
The Middlemen: A Satire (1961, novel)
Out (1964, novel)
Such (1966, novel)
Between (1968, novel)
Go When You See the Green Man Walking (1970, short stories)
A ZBC of Ezra Pound (1971, criticism)
Thru (1975, novel)
A Structural Analysis of Pound's Usura Canto: Jakobson's Method Extended and Applied to Free Verse (1976, criticism)
A Rhetoric of the Unreal: Studies in Narrative and Structure, Especially of the Fantastic (1981, criticism)
Amalgamemnon (1984, novel)
Xorandor (1986, novel)
Verbivore (1990, novel)
Textermination (1991, novel)
Stories, Theories, and Things (1991, criticism)
Remake (1996, novel)
Next (1998, novel)
Subscript (1999, novel)
Life, End Of (2006, novel)

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