...AN ONLINE PORTFOLIO Miriam Margolyes

THE STAGE - Reviewed by Gerald Berkowitz 13th August 2012

Touching on characters ranging from the sweet to the grotesque, the comic to the pitiable, and the fictional and real women in Dickens' life who inspired them, Margolyes makes the case that, while not necessarily the kindest or least sexist man of his age, the novelist could certainly create memorable female characters.

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THEATRE REVIEW.ORG NZ - Review by Terry MacTavish 18th May 2012

I first fell in love with the comic genius of Miriam Margolyes as the deliciously appalling Spanish Infanta determined to seduce Prince Edmund, the original Blackadder. So I was tickled to discover that my students were packing the Regent because they adored her as Professor Sprout in Harry Potter. No matter when you caught up with her illustrious career on stage, film and television, your infatuation will be rekindled by the sheer brilliance of Dickens’ Women.

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