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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Murdering the Muse : Creativity and Violence in Sue Woolfe's Painted Woman
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Kossew follows the novel's account of the emergence of a young woman artist from her father's physical and psychological control and her finding of her own artistic voice. She explores the social acceptance of violence as a legitimate expression of a man's passion, and the link between physical violence and artistic creation.

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