By Ruth Whittaker
An exam of Lessing's paintings and a dialogue of her significant topics - colonialism, politics, feminism, the character of paintings, insanity and desires, prophecy and sufism. the writer additionally discusses Lessing's severe reception and present prestige, in addition to her contribution to post-modernist fiction.
General Editor's Preface
1 heritage and Influences
2 The Colonial Legacy
3 the kids of Violence
4 The Golden Notebook
5 insanity, desires and Prophecy
6 Canopus in Argos: Archives
7 go back to Realism
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Doris Lessing (Modern Novelists) by Ruth Whittaker