Scott Bradfield

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Scott Michael Bradfield (born 27 April 1955) is an American essayist, critic and fiction writer who resides in London, England. He has taught at the University of California and the University of Connecticut and has reviewed for The Times Literary Supplement, Elle, The Observer, Vice and The Independent. He is best known, however, for his short stories, of which he has had four collections published. The 1998 film Luminous Motion, for which he wrote the screenplay, was based on his first novel, The History of Luminous Motion (1989).

Bradfield currently teaches at Kingston University and City Literary Institute.

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  • Dreaming Revolution: Transgression in the Development of American Romance Iowa City: University Of Iowa Press, 1993. ISBN 978-0-87745-395-6
  • Why I Hate Toni Morrison's Beloved: First presented as the Seymour Fischer Lecture at the Free University of Berlin, on January 17, 2001. It was revised and expanded and published in the Denver Quarterly Denver Quarterly and later reprinted online [1].

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