Angela Carter

I’m over at the wonderful OxfordWords blog today, writing about Angela Carter and her use of language, just in case anyone is interested.

13 thoughts on “Angela Carter

  1. I’m a great fan of Carter, especially Nights at the Circus which I think was the first of her books that I read. You have written about her wordy style magnificently.

    The Cat

  2. I will hop over there and check it out. I’ve been urged to read Angela Carter for years now but haven’t gotten around to it.

  3. Wonderful post, Litlove. I remember reading Angela Carter for the first time when I was 18.Other than the books we read for school I didn’t read a lot of English literature in English. Her vocabulary impressed me and was a huge challenge. I made an effort and looked up all of the words. Typically, at that time, I’d look up one – two words per page but in her case….
    I still think she is one of a few authors with an immense vocabulary.

    • I am so impressed that you read this at 18! I was struggling through Duras then, and not really getting her, I feel sure… You must have spent so much time with the dictionary! But still, what a way to increase vocabulary – I completely agree with you about Angela Carter’s.

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