"The talk by the Rogers Trust Writers’ Fiction Prize-winning author was wide-ranging, opening with the Greek myth of Philoctetes, a famed archer, and touching on depression, gender roles and creating a historical character that rings true to one’s readers. Lively and intelligent, her lecture was thought-provoking for both readers and writers."
To read Elaine Smith's full article for News@The University of Toronto, please click here.
Friday, October 29, 2010
University College's 2010 Stubbs Lecture
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