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By Linden Peach

This revised re-creation reviews Carter's novels within the mild of modern serious advancements and gives completely new views on her paintings. There is now prolonged dialogue of Carter's such a lot widely-studied novels, together with The ardour of recent Eve and Nights on the Circus, and dialogue of the lengthy essay The Sadeian Woman.

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