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Kit's Crit: The Daylight Gate (Jeanette Winterson)

Starting from the assumption that Jacobean Lancashire was a rebel Catholic stronghold in a protestant country, Jeanette Winterson’s version of the most famous English witch trials is quite unlike any other.   398 more words


"Alice began to undress the past."

Here, then, from 2011, Jeanette Winterson peeking in at the cows between Gertrude and Alice. How, precisely, did Gertrude bring Alice to her bovine pleasures? Did Gertrude, too, have cows, whether self-administered or Alice-administered? 127 more words

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Book Review: Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal By Jeanette Winterson

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal by Jeanette Winterson



I’m just going to go right ahead and give this 10/10. 612 more words

What Is Love

What is love? It is one of the most difficult questions for the mankind. Centuries have passed by, relationships have bloomed and so has love. But no one can give the proper definition of love. 685 more words

Motherhood of the Monstrous

I am really chuffed to be next up on Jim Mcleod’s Ginger Nuts of Horror website. He’s taken the Women in Horror baton and is running on with it beyond February, so massive thanks to him. 34 more words

The World and Other Places - Jeanette Winterson

Published March 4th 1999 by Vintage (first published July 2nd 1998)
Author: Jeanette Winterson
Genre: Fiction, short stories, LGBT
Pages: 230
Star rating… 625 more words

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Postcardia-cum-Poetica #22

With digital communication on hiatus this week, I’ve enjoyed extra forays into Postcardia. As much to let those close know I’m okay. But also because I’ve got a little extra time to play. 49 more words