Marina Warner is a British novelist, short story writer, historian, and mythographer. She is known for her many non-fiction books relating to feminism and myth. Warner has written extensively on myth and fairy tales, including the well-known 'From the Beast to the Blonde: On Fairy Tales and Their Tellers'. She has received numerous accolades for her work on the intersection of myth, history, and literature.
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"Indigo" is a reimagining of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" set in the modern era. The book tells the story of a wealthy London businessman who is exiled to a Caribbean island where he uses his knowledge of science to control the environment and the island's inhabitants. His daughter, Miranda, grows up on the island, sheltered from the world and manipulated by her father's experiments. The story explores themes of colonialism, power, and the destructive potential of knowledge.