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Rose Tremain is a contemporary novelist and short-story writer whose first book was a history of the feminist movement in Britain. She teaches creative writing, and she has also published fiction for young people, and plays for radio and television. Her novels (some of them by most definitions historical, though this is a term she detests) aim to take her readers to places where she cannot literally go herself, sometimes to witness great events or experience shifts in the human condition presented from the off-centre viewpoint of characters whom most would think inconsiderable.
2 August 1943 Rose Thomson (later RT) was born in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
1973 RT published with Ballantine Books of New York her first work, The Fight for Freedom for Women, a popular illustrated text of feminist history, a volume in Ballantine's Illustrated History of the Violent Century. Politics in Action series. Bibliographic Citation link.
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