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IS IT LOVELY YET?

Hannah Van Hove

2018

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In the archives of Christine Brooke-Rose, Anna Kavan, Ann Quin and Muriel Spark.

Part of the Muriel Spark 100 programme, this essay project was funded by Creative Scotland and supported by the National Library of Scotland, the Glasgow Women’s Library and MAP Magazine.

Hannah Van Hove is a writer and researcher from Brussels. She completed a PhD on the fiction of Anna Kavan, Alexander Trocchi and Ann Quin in 2017 and is currently starting a new research project on the work of post-war experimental women writers. She has published articles and reviews on British avant-garde fiction in various academic publications as well as some translations of Flemish modernist Paul van Ostaijen’s poetry. Some of her poems have appeared in Adjacent Pineapple and Gutter.

 

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