The Hidden Histories podcast.
Series One: The Great Forgetting: Women Writers Before Austen.
Best friends and the Brontës.
A new short story by Ian Rankin.
The award-winning writer's winter reflection.
Sarah Churchwell discusses the fiction that became an agent in American racism.
Much-loved author passes away.
A retelling of the gruesome story of Medea’s revenge.
The primal damaging act in this novel is the appalling violence meted out by West Pakistan during Bangladesh’s war of independence in 1971, in particular the systematic campaign of rape.
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