Definition of Lodge, David in English:

Lodge, David

proper noun

  • (born 1935), English novelist and academic; full name David John Lodge. Honorary professor of Modern English Literature at the University of Birmingham since 1976, he often satirizes academia and literary criticism in his novels, which include "Changing Places" (1975), "Small World" (1984), and "Therapy" (1995).

Pronunciation

Lodge, David

/lɒdʒ/