In a career spanning 25 years, Angela Carter (1940-92) won the praise of adventurous readers on the strength of such books as Nights at the Circus and The Bloody Chamber. Some of her most astute fans were fellow writers, and so here the author of Bad Blood collects appreciative essays by such colleagues as Margaret Atwood, Hermione Lee, Marina Warner, and Isobel Armstrong, while Ali Smith contributes the preface. These texts dig deep, tracing Carter's relationship to cinema, surrealism, political correctness, and the works of Virginia Woolf.
Essays On The Art Of Angela Carter : Flesh and the Mirror
Author: Lorna Sage.