Sophy Cullington dives into the latest Sally Rooney TV adaptation, considering its mixed reception, frank depiction of polygamy, and Alison Oliver’s debut performance.
Joshua Smith unravels the mystery behind Filippo Bernardini’s book thievery but, like much of the publishing industry, continues to ponder his motive.
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Harry Edmundson discusses the relationship between social media influences and literature and the online trend of reading.
Sofia Galucci-Giles dives into the joys of new adapted series ‘Normal People’.
Sofia Galluci-Giles discusses how Sally Rooney’s love story – in its truest sense – is a delineation of intimacy and love in any age Understanding love – the feelings, betrayals, revelations and ultimate fails – have been at the forefront of human artistry for (arguably) ever. Rooney’s student-y, secretive and sensual evocation of Trinity College […]
Continuing our Print counterparts Literature of the Decade feature, our writers review some of their favourite literature of the last ten years. Imogen Williams reviews Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’.
I was hesitant about choosing Sally Rooney’s Normal People as my ‘favourite book of recent months’. I wondered: is there really anyone out there who still hasn’t read it? With all the articles written about it, love and official award recognition, has this novel been discussed too much recently? I’m not sure. This is an […]