Terry Castle Audio Books

Terry Castle Audio Books

Terry Castle was once described by Susan Sontag as the most expressive, most enlightening literary critic at large today. Her essays have frequently appeared in the London Review of Books, Atlantic, New Republic, Times Literary Supplement, and New York Times Book Review, as well as other journals and periodicals. Her writing topics range from eighteenth-century ghost stories to World War I-era lesbianism to the so-called photographic fringe. She is the author of numerous books of criticism, and her anthology The Literature of Lesbianism won the Lambda Literary Editors Choice Award in 2003. She lives in San Francisco and is a Walter A. Haas professor in the Humanities at Stanford University, where she has taught since 1983.

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