This brief essay concerns the epistolary relationship between Jacques Barchilon and Angela Carter. She was a good translator of Charles Perrault as well as a most imaginative and witty/whimsical modern adaptor of the French storyteller’s texts. Her collection of stories, The Bloody Chamber, according to Barchilon, is probably Carter’s “master” book, with Salman Rushdie concurring in this opinion. A few quotations from Carter’s letters to Barchilon attest to her critical judgment as well as to her brave battle against the cancer that prematurely ended her life.
Barchilon, Jacques. "Remembering Angela Carter." Marvels & Tales 12.1 (1998). Web. <https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/marvels/vol12/iss1/1>.