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Works Cited Bradfield, Scott. “Remembering Angela Carter.” The Review of Contemporary Fiction 14:3 (1994): 91. Carter, Angela. Expletives Deleted. 1992. London: Vintage. 1993. Carter, Angela. The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman. 1972. London: Penguin, 1982. Carter, Angela. The Magic Toyshop . 1967. London: Virago P, 2006. Carter, Angela. “My Maugham Award.” Shaking a Leg: Collected Journalism and Writing . London: Chatto, 1997. 203-204. Carter, Angela. Nights at the Circus. 1984. London: Vintage, 2006. Carter, Angela. The Passion of New Eve

References BibleGateway.com. Harper Collins Christian Publishing. Web. 10 February, 2016. Brooks, C. (2006). Every inch a woman: Phallic possession, femininity and the text. Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press. Camus, A. (1955/2012). The myth of Sisyphus and other essays. (Trans. J. O’Brien). New York: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Carter, A. (1993). Nights at the circus. London: Penguin. Dennis, A. (2008). “The spectacle of her gluttony”: The performance of female appetite and the Bakhtinian grotesque in Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus.” Journal of Modern

the Volcano: 351.) “I have come home. The destination of all journeys is their beginning. I have not come home. I emitted, at last, a single cry like that of a new-born child. But American, British and Canadian Studies / 162 there was no answering sound at all in that vast, sonorous place where I found myself but the resonance of the sea and the small echo of my voice. I called for my mother but she did not answer me.” (Angela Carter, The Passion of the New Eve. New York: Little & Brown Book Group, 1992: 186.) “[…] to strike sparks through a