Atwood’s Testaments grapples with the ever-present ‘All Men’ conversation.
In ‘The Night is Darkening Around Us’ Bronte seems to have lost her fighting spark.
How Atwood’s Surfacing shows crying has no gender and is the most liberating sound we can make.
A new philosophical argument is emerging…
How Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other provided me with friends and a determination to ensure nothing stopped me from fulfilling my potential.
How Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye presents a shockingly up to date account on today’s environmental crisis.