Karen Thrussell


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I think what happens in the books, as you go on, is that because they move on to other characters, Demelza takes a backstep. She goes on to have lots of children and women of that class didn't go out to work at that time, so she's there baking pies. But that's not the modern woman we come to expect from our Demelza, that we fell in love with right from series one and book one. So what Debbie [Horsefield, the writer] has tried to do is keep the spirit of Demelza that was there in the first book and carry on with it.feedback
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Apr 06 2017 Women
This page is completely dedicated to what Karen Thrussell has to say. All of Karen Thrussell’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Karen Thrussell came from an article called When does Poldark return to BBC One? Plus everything you need to know about series three: “She's actually a very modern character. We have a book written by a man in the 1940s, about people in the 18th century, and now we're looking at it through our eyes. I think that the spirit of Demelza we start off with is feisty: she says what she thinks, her opinions aren't what society thinks they should be but her own, which I think is a very modern concept.”.
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