Margaret Drabble and Mary Gordon

United Kingdom, 1984

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Two women, novelists and mothers, talk together in a warm, humorous and highly unusual discussion about the ways mothers and children are portrayed both in their own work and by other writers from Jane Austen to Sylvia Plath.

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Institute of Contemporary Arts

Language

English

Duration

00:44:00:00

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Colour

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