Andrea Stuart

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Andrea Stuart is a Barbadian-British creative non-fiction writer and historian. She has published three books:Showgirls (1996), The Rose of Martinique: A Biography of Napoleon’s Josephine (2003), and Sugar in the Blood: A Family’s Story of Slavery and Empire (2013). She has been widely anthologised and has contributed to The Independent, The Guardian, and others. In 2004, The Rose of Martinique won the Enid McLeod Literary Prize.

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