Marina Warner, ‘Angela Carter: fairy tales, cross-dressing and the mercurial slipperiness of identity’

Always fascinating, Marina Warner explores the themes of metamorphosis and identity, fairy tales and cross-dressing in the works of Angela Carter, drawing on the archives at the British Library. Angela Carter, as we have said before, is a writer central to the concerns of the OGOM Project and this essay is very illuminating.

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Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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