Outstanding. A powerful novel. The writing is original, literary, intense, and well observed - Wendy Robertson - Chair of Judges, Trafalgar Prize for work in progress 2005Main rescues Victorine from her invisibility in the Parisian art world of the nineteenth century. A Woman with No Clothes On confronts our cherished ideas about genius, originality and fame - Lesley Stevenson, author of Manet
About the Author
V Main graduated in English and Comparative Literature and has a PhD in Elizabethan drama from the Shakespeare Institute. She has worked as a journalist for the BBC and a lecturer at Nigerian and British universities, as well as in adult and further education colleges. She is married and has two daughters.