Category Archives: Angela Carter

My favourite 20th Century books…

This is just a silly list of some of my favourite 20th century books: some are seen as ‘important’, some as ‘classics’ but what binds them together is that over the years I have gained so much enjoyment and stimulation … Continue reading

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‘The Winterings’ Cristina Sanchez-Andrade

Cristina Sanchez-Andrade is a renouned Spanish writer whose book, ‘The Winterlings’ I spotted across the floor in Waterstones and knew – because I’m easily swayed by a good cover – that I needed to buy it. And what better excuse … Continue reading

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