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For the first time, P. D. James introduces a female detective, Kate, to work with Commander Adam Dalgliesh in her book, "A Taste for Death". James explained how Dalgliesh needed to continue to be an interesting character to write about. She further explained, if she got bored with writing about his character, then the audience would be bored reading about him.
Author of Mother Knows Best
Doris May Lessing discusses the inspiration behind "The Four-Gated City", her thoughts about science and humanity, and her predictions for the future.
"Walking in the Shade: Volume 2 of My Autobiography, 1949-1962", starts with Doris Lessing moving to England. Lessing wrote many books and she said it's annoying when her readers only remember 1 or 2 of her books. After having lived through 2 wars and a bombing, Lessing mentions how she's surprised that more people in society aren't crazy, similar to the craziness of all that's transpired in the world.
Arnold Wesker and Doris Lessing discuss the poor, theater, and literature in England. They also discuss art, life, values, race relations, and what people from other countries have in common . The interview takes place in England.