The Invention of Angela Carter by Edmund Gordon
A Biography

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His book, serious-minded and meticulously researched, treats her novels and stories, if not her journalism, with deep respect and intelligence, and allows itself, if not to have a stand-up row with those critics who did not “get” her, then at least to feel a measure of indignation on her behalf.
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Published October 13, 2016 by Vintage Digital. 544 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.
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The Economist

Good
on Nov 10 2016

Reading this book, it seems clear that more readers and biographers should devote their time to this complex, intelligent and thoroughly un-boring woman.

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Guardian

Above average
Reviewed by Rachel Cooke on Oct 09 2016

His book, serious-minded and meticulously researched, treats her novels and stories, if not her journalism, with deep respect and intelligence, and allows itself, if not to have a stand-up row with those critics who did not “get” her, then at least to feel a measure of indignation on her behalf.

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