Fugard’s profound examination of a South African family ripped apart by a workplace accident is devastatingly brilliant.
Brilliant, iconoclastic women are all over this week’s list. There’s Janis Joplin, the subject of Holly George-Warren’s new biography; Carmen Maria Machado, whose memoir traces the path of an abusive relationship;
For all the suffering its women endure at the hands of men, it’s not hard to see why Doris Lessing disliked her book’s polemical reputation.
This bold, unflinching debut about power and dependency explores the relationship between a disabled art student and his carer.
The acclaimed Nigerian author’s ‘novel-in-stories’ about six African refugees in Europe is rich and complex From his 2002 debut novel, Waiting for an Angel, about a reporter jailed in the 90s […]
A new look at Harper Lee’s life, George Packer’s latest book and more.
The story Harrington tells is one of push-and-pull, back-and-forth.