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Lorna Goodison: a short story

par Lorna Goodison, publié le 05/09/2014

article.png Dans le cadre de notre partenariat avec la Villa Gillet, nous avons le plaisir de publier cette délicieuse historiette de Lorna Goodison sur les rapports conjugaux…

Goldie Goldbloom: Portraits and Faces - Appearance and Disfigurement

par Goldie Goldbloom, publié le 27/09/2013

article.png Chekhov is well known for his impartial observations of his characters and for his grasp of “realism”. When I first read his description of the lady with the little dog, I discovered that she is “a fair-haired young lady of medium height, wearing a beret.” I was puzzled. This less than enthusiastic description of the woman Gurov will come to love leaves out many basic details such as the colour of Anna Sergeyevna’s eyes and whether she has an attractive figure. I wondered why Chekhov departs from the wordier earlier traditions of written portraiture, and how his simple sketch of Anna illustrated the “realism” for which he is known.

The Searchlight (1944)

par Virginia Woolf, publié le 28/06/2011

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Miss Brill (1920)

par Katherine Mansfield, publié le 28/06/2011

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Katherine Mansfield’s Short Stories: An Introduction

par Emilie Walezak , publié le 28/06/2011

article.png Katherine Mansfield wrote short stories exclusively and produced a large body of work though she died quite young from tuberculosis when she was 30. She is one the best representatives of modernist short story writing. Virginia Woolf herself admitted to Mansfield that she was jealous of her writing: "and then Morgan Foster said the Prelude and The Voyage Out were the best novels of their time, and I said damn Katherine! Why can't I be the only woman who knows how to write?"

The Legacy (1944)

par Virginia Woolf, publié le 28/06/2011

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