The Crack in the Teacup: Reading Hilary Mantel. [essay]
Australian Book Review
This essay is a discussion of Hilary's Mantel's writing, especially her recently-published memoir which tells of her childhood, her development into a writer and her battle with serious illness.
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Clendinnen, Inga 2003. The Crack in the Teacup: Reading Hilary Mantel. 'Australian Book Review', No 256, November, 35-40.