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Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson

I really wanted to like this one, because Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit was fantastic (it was first love material, I’ll never forget and it has grown bigger and better in my mind over time. 187 more words

Jeanette Winterson: Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit

A lot of readers in the UK will be familiar with Jeanette Winterson as a pundit on late-night review shows. Her Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit is one of those signature books that follows its author around by prefixing any subsequent work with ‘by the author of’. 847 more words


Jeanette Winterson - translated Column..

Editorial de februarie

7 februarie 2014

Februarie e cunoscută drept luna suicidului.

Un amestec de nefericire – iarnă lungă, lumină redusă, prea puțină mișcare, datorii de la Crăciun, nicio zi liberă, vă simțiți groaznic, arătați groaznic. 703 more words

Questionable Time #109

Good morrow lemmings and it seems that the rapture has come at last. By the time you read this we will most likely be in full swing of The Kippening. 1,792 more words

Question Time

BBC Question Time review 09/10/2014

This week BBCQT hailed from in Clacton-on-Sea on the day of the by-election, with panelists Eric Pickles MP (Conservative), Harriet Harman MP (Labour), Patrick O’Flynn MEP (UKIP), Malcolm Bruce MP (Liberal Democrat) and Jeanette Winterson OBE (writer, broadcaster and activist). 942 more words

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“Books and doors are the same thing. You open them, and you go through into another world.”

~Jeanette Winterson


Today’s top ten Tuesday pick from The Broke and The Bookish is character driven novels. That means novels where the action is driven by the characters and their decisions rather than the plot or the action within the book.

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