Celebrating Elizabeth Jolley
When Elizabeth Jolley died in February 2007, the world lost one of the most distinctive literary voices of the late twentieth century. Jolley left a wide-ranging body of work - novels, short stories, radio plays, essays, poetry- unified by her persistent concern with social and sexual outsiders, with predators and victims. Her writing renders the pain of loneliness and loss with her characteristic wildly dark humour.
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