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A.S. Byatt

Fiction

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20060726, 20051207

British novelist and short story writer A.S. Byatt is the author of 15 books of fiction, including  Angels and Insects and  Possession, for which she won the 1990 Booker Prize. In this program, she reads from that novel, and talks about her return to the short story with her 2005 collection, The Little Black Book of Stories.  She also chats about the pleasures of aging, the craft of writing, and the influence of American literature on her work.

| Subject Matter: Aging, American Literature, Supernatural Elements | Interview Year: 2005 | Genre: Fiction | Awards: 1990 Booker Prize |

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