By C. Franken
This ebook considers the paintings of the novelist and critic A.S. Byatt within the context of up to date debates approximately paintings, authorship, creativity, and gender. A.S. Byatt emerges as an writer who offers us with attention-grabbing and ambivalent photos of writers and who makes use of metaphors of creativity in unique methods.
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Additional resources for A. S. Byatt: Art, Authorship, Creativity
S. Byatt when she began to write The Shadow of the Sun. What theories of creative identity, authorship and art can one infer from A. S. Byatt’s portraits of these people? Introducing The Shadow of the Sun A. S. Byatt’s debut tells the story of a very hot summer and a stormy autumn in the life of a creative family in the North of England. The novel is divided into two parts. In the ﬁrst part the characters are introduced: Caroline Severell is married to Henry Severell, a famous novelist. They have two children – Jeremy and Anna.
Oliver Canning works at Cambridge University and is an expert on Henry Severell’s work. During the period they stay with the Severells it is too hot to do much. Anna takes Oliver to see the stable where she has worked and spends time with him tentatively preparing for her eventual acceptance by Cambridge University. Her mother Caroline and Margaret Canning run the household together and talk. Her father Henry works in his study and leaves the house once for a long walk, his way of thinking out creative problems.
31 The dark sides of life acquired meaning in literature: A. S. Byatt was three years old when World War II started – her father spent ﬁve years away from his family – and she learned about insecurity, violence, panic and the fragility of life during the war. Narrative and stories helped her to see these feelings ordered, given a place in stories, mediated through narrative forms: ‘I had been seduced by stories that made death seem meaningful and inevitable and acceptably ﬁnal before anyone tried seriously to tell me that I had legitimate hopes of a resurrection’.