As the second of my Books by Memory series this is a rather tangential book review that uses memory to approach a book, rather than focusing in a more analytical way. This time I am reminiscing on Lawrence Durrell’s Justine. Before getting into my memories, I feel it is worth clarifying that I am notContinue reading “Books by Memory: ‘Justine’ by Lawrence Durrell”
Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s claustrophobic creep-fest is a treat for those who enjoy a dash of the supernatural in their domestic noir
A review of a fairy tale retelling by someone who has read way too many fairy tale retellings
‘Fangirl’ has something that I have come to love in fiction. Extremely meta additional content. So here’s a retrospective of how I came to read it and love it.
Why ‘Girl One’ is an important fictional dive in feminist discourse
Why this French classic is still relevant nowadays and what it says about taking life for granted
David Epstein’s insightful study shows why everyone should branch out of their comfort zone
Why this 1960s classic is still relevant and a must-read nowadays.
Why “The Color Purple” is a must-read this summer and how any feminist can benefit from it.
How can books create graphic, unforgettable memories, outside of the content on their pages?