Archive for September, 2010
- September 23, 2010 ‘A pig burial ground, a missing bush pilot, and a child sitting in a pipe beneath a road’ – Peter Wild interviews Matthew Hooton, author of Deloume Road posted in Review
- September 22, 2010 ‘A slow accretion of language that makes us think about the way we look at the world and the things within’ – Self-Portrait Abroad by Jean-Philippe Toussaint (translated by John Lambert) posted in Review
- September 21, 2010 ‘Who isn’t afraid of death or loneliness or even intimacy?’ – Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart posted in Review
- September 20, 2010 ‘As the second coming of the Great American Novel it is ever so slightly wanting’ – Freedom by Jonathan Franzen posted in Review
- September 17, 2010 ‘A historical/mythological/literary/anthropological survey of life on Earth from the ancient Gods through to Dubya’s invasion of Iraq’ – Mirrors: Stories of Almost Everyone by Eduardo Galeano posted in Review
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