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A S Byatt

"Dame Antonia Susan Byatt, Lady Byatt, DBE (born Antonia Susan Drabble August 24, 1936, Sheffield, England) is a postmodern novelist. She is usually known as A. S. Byatt."

"At the 1990 Booker Prize ceremony, the Cambridge don Eric Griffiths was asked what he thought of the winner, AS Byatt's Possession. "It's the kind of novel I'd write if I didn't know I couldn't write novels," he replied. Sadly, television has ditched the Booker."

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This is a pro-femme group with an interest in raising the status of women everywhere. The rules of this group are exceedingly strict.

The group is intended for non-matures or intelligents although Yahoo may have another opinion.

The group is anything and everything. People may say what they wish and contribute what they wish. Decorum is appreciated. Grammar is appreciated. Any language that uses Roman characters is welcome.

To preserve the non-mature status, messages are moderated. Bouncing members are removed.

Group photos may not be relevant.

Archetypes: Circe. Medusa
Icons: Viva Bianca. Tawny Kitaen. Joanna Krupa. Bulle Ogier. Rachel Riley. Monica Vitti.
Related: Bitcholatry. Bootopia. Capital Punishment. Eschatology Pedestalisation. Sthenography. Swanky Modes.
Sports: Bodybuilding.Tennis.

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This is a Simon Says group, so membership depends on responding to certain Pantagruelline messages. Somewhere in the text is a question that needs answering.

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  • Aug 21, 2007
  • English

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