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Stripping back an already pared-down style to the point of blandness.
Claire Lowdon on Charlotte Mendelson's humorous new novel, a family drama which suffers from plausibility issues.
Adichie's observations are always sharp, intelligent, humorous and humane. They show a radically defamiliarised version of western society, seen through African eyes.
Claire Lowdon on the humble and bold second novel from Granta's "Best Young British Novelist" Evie Wyld.
A book that purports “to provide readers and students with some of the basic tools of the critical trade” is chock-full of critical fallacies and flawed reasoning.
A female Quixote.
Fish out of water.
First Novel - review.
Nancy Huston's "Infrared" reviewed.