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TitleA. s. Byatt's storytelling ancestors and narrations of science
Author(s)Macedo, Ana Gabriela
Editor(s)Spinozzi, Paola
Hurvitz, Brian
Issue date2-Oct-2011
PublisherV&R Unipress
Abstract(s)[Extrato] Ventriloquism, liminality, laminations, collage, and connections are expressions frequently used by Antonia Susan Byatt in her fiction, essays, and interviews about the role of language in naming the world. Behind thewriter,she argues, the avid reader is always omnipresent, driven by intense curiosity : ‘It goes to something very primitive about being a reader, because my early reading wasthe thing that most excited me, more than my life, my friends and my family’.
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AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CEHUM - Livros e Capítulos de Livros

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