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Angela Carter's "The Bloody Chamber" is probably the most widely studied work by secondary-school students and first-year university undergraduates in most universities around the world. Andrew Milne's idea to write this book, which could be termed as a running-commentary on the ten stories that make up the collection, came out of the constant contacts and questions raised as to why nothing existed to help them understand the pieces. "The Bloody Chamber" is their first contact, in most cases, with the author. He has used simple, plain English to help every student of Carter get to grips with the basic notions and themes present in the study of the taes in the collection. He takes us on an extensive detective chase analysing the intertextual clues left by Carter as we move from Blake to
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