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Antonia Fraser is a prolific writer of history, historical biography, detective novels and memoir. Her first biography, Mary Queen of Scots, was published in 1969 and awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. The Weaker Vessel: woman’s lot in seventeenth-century England won the Wolfson Prize in 1984. The Case of the Married Woman, a biography of Caroline Norton, the nineteenth- century pioneer of women’s rights, is her latest biography. She will be discussing this with fellow-biographer Valerie Grove.
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