Books by Catherine Peters

Released: Nov. 1, 1993

"Seldom has a novelist so completely expressed, in both life and art, the contradictions of his moment. (Photographs)"
``All his life, Wilkie Collins was haunted by a second self,'' begins this briskly authoritative portrait of the greatest of all the Victorian sensationalists—and British academic Peters (Thackeray's Universe, 1987—not reviewed) convincingly applies her thesis both to Collins's life and his work. Read full book review >