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Feminist Reads: Dead Ladies Project by Jessa Crispin

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Two questions: Is there a genre of novel that could rightfully be called the female picaresque? Why not? And: Must women’s travel writing always end with some peaceful self-discovery and self-acceptance brought about through (a) a promising new love affair, … Continue reading

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For readers who enjoyed Kali VanBaale‘s review of Everything I Never Told You, there’s a recent interview with Celeste Ng at The Toast in which she talks more about this book, as well as representations of Asian-American protagonists and families … Continue reading

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