Historical Fiction about Women Painters
Chapter 1. Introduction
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The dialogue of the woman artist with her society; the writer’s dialogue with the painter…and, more broadly fiction’s dialogue with painting are unfinished stories no matter what sort of closure the novelist may attempt to put upon them.
Roberta White, A Studio of One’s Own (31)
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