25 November, 2013
Category: Literary Criticism
Rachel Bowlby's exploration of changing conceptions of parenthood results in a convincing, if not entirely cohesive argument, finds Eleanor Hamblen.
11 November, 2013
Balances and bifurcations recur and resound in Heaney's writing, but so too do ideas of reconciliation and unity, writes Rosie Lavan.
28 October, 2013
Christopher Meredith's analysis of the Song of Songs is an unexpectedly lucid journey through spatial theory, argues Laura Ludtke.
Though these essays perform valuable acts of literary and cultural recovery, chance encounters are rare and easily missed, finds Rosie Lavan.
13 May, 2013
Saikat Majumdar’s careful and rigorous contribution to postcolonial criticism is let down by its grand ambitions.
7 May, 2013
15 March, 2013
21 January, 2013
Zohar Atkins spots some familiar paradoxes in Martin Hägglund’s Dying For Time but can’t find Heidegger anywhere.