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Narcissism for Beginners by Martine McDonagh

Don’t talk like we were stuck in a lift.

Why would I be missing you so violently?

We’re all the hero when directing the scene, 902 more words

Fiction Reviews

Saturday Suggestion: Love, Nina

Every weekend, we delve into the British backlist and recommend a book for you. This week’s is a charming and chucklesome epistolary novel which will have you disconcertingly nostalgic for 1980s Britain. 167 more words

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The Last Summer by Ricarda Huch (Peirene)

Originally published in 1910, The Last Summer is a suspenseful epistolary novella by Ricarda Huch (1864–1947), one of the first German women to earn a PhD. 658 more words

Fiction Reviews

Claire's Week in Books, 5th to 12th Feb 2017

Inbox

An occupational hazard of trying to have my finger more on the pulse of the British publishing scene these days is that I know about more books and am tempted by more books. 390 more words

Reading

Epistolary Novels in the 21st Century

If you ever took an English class that covered the history of literature, you very likely spent at least a few minutes on epistolary novels, or novels written as a series of documents, traditionally letters. 354 more words

BOOKS

Saturday Suggestion: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Every weekend, we delve into the British backlist and recommend a book for you.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, by Mary Ann Schaffer and Annie Barrows… 129 more words

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Between the Lines Book Club: Epistolary Novels

Welcome to Between the Lines Book Club! This month we’ve been reading Gilead, a novel by Marilynne Robinson. We’ll be meeting in person at Arden Dimick Library… 437 more words

Between The Lines Book Club