Mars-Jones, Adam. “Mrs Winterson’s Daughter”. London Review of Books, No. 2, pp. 3 - 8.
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The book, considered uncharacteristic of FW 's writing, received mixed reviews. Nicci Gerrard , in The Observer, considered the characters thin, the plot maniacal and unreal, and the dialogue brisk and bleak. Gerrard commented...
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Reviewers were not enthusiastic about this novel: JW herself said they were eager to pounce.
Peter Kemp in the Sunday Times found it unoriginal in theme and structural techniques, and noted that it contains...
Wachtel, Eleanor, editor. “Jeanette Winterson”. More Writers and Company: New Conversations with CBC Radio’s Eleanor Wachtel, Vintage Canada, 1997, pp. 136 - 49.
Nights at the Circus, which was long-listed for the Booker Prize, remains AC 's best known work.
The fact that it did not make the short-list (the Booker that year went to...
Gamble, Sarah. Angela Carter. A Literary Life. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Lee, Alison. Angela Carter. Twayne, 1997.
ST lived for all of her life in Leicester. Nicci Gerrard remembered her house there as crammed with objects, paintings on every wall, flowers in jugs, plants in pots, bowls and cups and knick-knacks...
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