Angela Carter — Resources

Still commemorating Angela Carter, twenty-five years after her death, here are some more useful links:

Here’s a great article by John Dugdale on Carter’s legacy, including her influence in music: ‘Angela’s influence: what we owe to Carter‘ (though some connections are a little strained, I think).

Here, on the brilliant Angela Carter OnlineCaleb Sivyer summarises Carter’s conversation with Terry Jonesthe BBC Arts video site, in ; the talk places particular emphasis on ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (a tale which, along with its contemporary incarnations, is a preoccupation of mine at present).

Finally, Carter was a vividly insightful journalist; here’s a useful list of all the articles Carter wrote for The London Review of Books (though you need to be a subscriber to access some of the actual articles).


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