|Title:||A Conversation with Michèle Roberts, about novels, history and autobiography||Authors:||García Sánchez, María Soraya||UNESCO Clasification:||55 Historia
570512 Estilística (estilo y retórica)
|Issue Date:||2011||Publisher:||1539-8706||Journal:||Journal of International Women's Studies||Abstract:||Michèle Roberts is a contemporary feminist writer born in England in 1949. Brought up with two languages and cultures, she was educated at a religious school and she later lived in a convent for a long time. The conversation presented below took place in London in August 2010. The purpose of this interview was to talk with Michèle Roberts about her writing and the link between her novels and her memoir. The contemporary and feminist writer talked about Virginia Woolf, Marion Milner, about personal and public spheres, about exploring when writing and about being an artist, among other topics. The conversation is thus presented in full as it happened.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45608||ISSN:||1539-8706||Source:||Journal of International Women's Studies[ISSN 1539-8706],v. 12, p. 183-191|
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