Ellen Cronan Rose is associate professor in the Department of Humanities & Communications at Drexel University.
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Winner of the 1987 NEMLA-Ohio University Press Book Prize
Long neglected by the academic world because of her rejection of belletristic values and resistance to convenient literary taxonomy, Doris Lessing has nonetheless built an international following of serious, dedicated readers.
“A tribute to Lessing’s recognized stature and continuing vitality and power to surprise and provoke. The range of response represented in these essays is impressive, and they admirably suggest the development of her work through its many phases.”