Doris Lessing: Conversationsby Doris Lessing
In these twenty-four provocative interviews, Doris Lessing talks frankly to a variety of interviewersamong them Joyce Carol Oates and Studs Terkelabout a wide range of subjects that concern her deeply. We hear about her early years in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), her involvement in Marxist politics, her views on feminism and "space fiction," and her own work, especially The Golden Notebook and The Good Terrorist. Included is a recent talk on the failure of Communism. These interviews, informed by Lessing's unfailing intelligence and refreshing directness, present an invaluable and up-to-date view of the mind and art of a distinguished contemporary writer.
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