'Editorial' by Helen Daniel - May 1995

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May 1995, no. 170

'Editorial' by Helen Daniel - May 1995

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May 1995, no. 170

In an interview in this issue about his new novel, The Sitters, which is about a portrait painter, Alex Miller suggests the novel is almost

a continuous monologue. almost something he shouted to himself while he was working. The Sitters is this kind of shouted monologue: this man shouting at himself, to himself, listening while he is painting, listening to the sounds of himself painting.

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