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Marina Warner is a novelist, cultural historian, and critic. Her fiction includes Indigo and The Lost Father (winner of a Commonwealth Writers' Prize and shortlisted for the Booker Prize), as well as a collection of stories, Mermaids in the Basement. Among her acclaimed nonfiction works are Alone of All Her Sex, Monuments and Maidens, Joan of Arc, From the Beast to the Blonde, No Go The Bogeyman, and Managing Monsters (1994 Reith Lectures).
Myths define enemies and aliens and in conjuring them up they say who we are and what we want, they tell stories to impose structure and order. Like fiction, they can tell the truth even while they're making it all up." -- from Six Myths of Our Time, "Boys Will Be Boys: The Making of the Male"