A review of Samuel Richardson’s troubling, landmark novel and its lockdown links.
A review of Radclyffe Hall’s landmark 1928 novel about lesbianism, love, and loneliness.
A review of Bernardine Evaristo’s stunning recent Booker Prize-winning novel.
A review, a rhapsody on Woolf’s gorgeous and seminal 1927 novel.
On connection, harmony, and female strength in Forster’s masterpiece of a novel.
On George Eliot’s emotive and spectacular first novel.
Considering Nabokov’s well-known, highly problematic, and inevitably captivating novel.
Kicking off the blog tour for Ruth Estevez’s brand-new young adult novel.
A review of Thomas Hardy’s powerfully emotive, powerfully female tragedy.
A review of Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney’s illuminating exploration of female literary friendship.
Reflecting on Mary Wollstonecraft’s seminal feminist work.
A reflection on one of my most beloved books, second time around.