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On Freud, Zionism, Sylvia Plath and moreJacqueline Rose
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On Freud, Zionism, Sylvia Plath and more

Jacqueline Rose and Justin Clemens

Recognised for her writing on subjects including Sylvia Plath, feminism, Proust, psychoanalysis, Zionism, the Middle East conflict and Jewish identity, Jacqueline Rose discusses her work with Justin Clemens, co-editor (wtih Ben Naparstek) of the Jacqueline Rose Reader.

Recorded as part of the Melbourne Writers Festival, August to September 2013.

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