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Reading Jacqueline Rose

Jacqueline Rose and Paul Myerscough

On the occasion of the publication of a reader of her work by Duke University Press and of her essay about Rosa Luxemburg in the LRB, Paul Myerscough talks to Jacqueline Rose at the London Review Bookshop about literature, cinema and the psychoanalytic ideas and political convictions that have animated her work throughout her career, from her groundbreaking work on feminism in the 1970s through to her more recent writings on Zionism and the place of fantasy in the world of states and nations.

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