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Mark Thompson first wrote for PNR about William Empson in 1984. Birth Certificate: The Story of Danilo Kiš won the Jan Michalski Prize (2015) and the Laura Shannon Prize (2016).
Mark Thompson's work featured in PN Review comprises two reports, five articles, and eight reviews, over a period of 33 years. Also available are one review of Mark Thompson's work and one translation by Mark Thompson.
Review in PN Review 41 (1985) William Golding
Review in PN Review 42 (1985) on Erich Heller's In the Age of Prose
Review in PN Review 43 (1985) on Frederic Prokosch
Review in PN Review 47 (1986) on 'In a Dark Time'
Review in PN Review 52 (1986) on Letters from Iceland
Review in PN Review 59 (1988) on anti-nuclear novels
Review in PN Review 232 (2016) on Helen Thaventhiran
Review in PN Review 234 (2017) on Donald Childs’s The Birth of New Criticism