- John (Martin). 1926–2005, British novelist. His books include The Collector (1963), The Magus (1966), The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969), and The Tree (1991)
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Thomas Harris tipped his hat to Fowles in The Silence of the Lambs when he created the moth-loving antagonist Jame Gumb.
Fowles succeeds in humanizing his antagonist more than his protagonist.
Although Fowles had already drafted his more famous novel The Magus, he delayed its publication until he finished The Collector.
Fowles wrote in The Aristos that: “The actual evil in Clegg overcame the potential good in Miranda.”
The Gloucestershire visit was probably to the Fowles at Elkstone.Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters</p>
William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh
We pluckt abundance of ducks, as of other sort of fowles; we wanted not fish, nor fresh meat.
The Fowles were agreeable hosts and the Georgian cottage was the scene of many gay gatherings and fine dinners.Seaport in Virginia</p>
Gay Montague Moore