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‘It knocked my socks off when I read it and utterly transformed my view of a novel I thought I knew well; Andrea Dworkin writing about Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights.’
As a writer of novels set in the past, Katharine McMahon has come to realise that the preoccupations she addresses in her fiction are also those of the present day, and that the distinction between ‘historical’ and ‘contemporary’ fiction may have outlived its usefulness.