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Conceived with Malice: Literature as Revenge
Louise DeSalvo (au). Examines how some major works of literature were created out of their authors’ need for revenge. Offers four portraits of literary relationships -- Leonard & Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence & Lady Ottoline Morrell, Djuna Barnes vs. her family, & Henry Miller & June Miller -- in which the written word was used as weapon. A daring exploration of the dark side of the creative process, analyzing much never-before-addressed material in each of these writers’ lives. Vividly describes how these great literary figures each perceived an attack on the self -- & struck back through their art, creating lasting monuments to their deepest hurts & darkest obsessions.
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