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by Maureen Duffy

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  • ISBN 0440098246
  • ISBN13 978-0440098249
  • Author Maureen Duffy
  • Publisher DELL (1973)
  • Formats mobi azw mbr doc
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1260 kb
  • Size Fb2 1125 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Maureen Patricia Duffy (born 21 October 1933) is an English poet, playwright, novelist and non-fiction author

Maureen Patricia Duffy (born 21 October 1933) is an English poet, playwright, novelist and non-fiction author. A lifelong activist, including on such issues as gay rights and animal rights, she is particularly known for her campaigning on behalf of authors. She is a recipient of the Benson Medal for her lifelong writings. Duffy's work often uses Freudian ideas and Greek mythology as frameworks.

Maureen Patricia Duffy (born 21 October 1933) is a contemporary British novelist, poet, playwright, nonfiction author and activist. Her writing is distinctive for its use of contrasting voices, or streams of consciousness, often including the perspectives of outsiders.

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Wounds by Maureen Duffy - book cover, description, publication history. Wounds begins with two lovers in bed. Their lovemaking throughout the book forms a recurring lietmotif, a counterpoint to the examination of the spiritual death of the characters

Wounds by Maureen Duffy - book cover, description, publication history. Their lovemaking throughout the book forms a recurring lietmotif, a counterpoint to the examination of the spiritual death of the characters. In a South London environment of pub and fairground, home and work, the wounds of 20th century experience are evoked in prose which is both lyrical and precise.

Maureen Duffy (b. 1933 in Worthing, Sussex) is a notable contemporary British poet, playwright and novelist. She has also published a literary biography of Aphra Behn, and The Erotic World of Faery a book-length study of eroticism in faery fantasy literature. After a tough childhood, Duffy took her degree in English from King’s College London. She then turned to writing full-time as a poet and playwright after being commissioned to produce a screenplay by Granada Television.

Their lovemaking throughout the book forms a recurring lietmotif, a counterpoint to the examination of the spiritual death of the characters

Their lovemaking throughout the book forms a recurring lietmotif, a counterpoint to the examination of the spiritual death of the characters.

With Wounds injects into her writing a bitter and convincing compassion

With Wounds injects into her writing a bitter and convincing compassion. The book is a macroscopic view of south London people, ordinary working class lives which come across with a reality so well defined that the act of reading is likely to send the reader into the middle of Clapham Common or Brockwell Park. People die, accept their inadequacies, express their eccentricities.