Rose Tremain: I don't want to write for vengeance. It's cheap and angry.

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Monday April 9, 2018 at 1:04am
A cruel mother, an absent father, a beloved nanny ... the writer on the ‘frozen world’ of her childhood, and why she wishes she had won the Booker prize “Do you love me? Do you love me?” Rose Tremain’s mother kept asking her daughter at the end of her life. “And I’d say: ‘Yes, of course I do.’ But I never have and I never will because you didn’t show me love when I needed it,” the novelist says now, as if her mother, Jane, were in the room with us. After more than 40 years of not drawing on her own life in her fiction, Tremain has written a memoir. View More: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/apr/07/rose-tremain-dont-want-to-write-for-vengeance
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