Tag Archives: Kate Summerscale

Friday Fragments: Carriage Sex, Repression & More

I finished Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace, which I’ve already talked about a bit. I ended up enjoying the second half more because the courtroom drama gave it more structure and forward momentum. It’s very good, and I recommend it if the … Continue reading

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Recent Reading: Privacy, Identity, and Narrative

I’m still on a good reading streak (please, let it last!). A wide variety has helped. But though my recent books include a novel set in North Korea, a young adult fantasy, and a non-fiction book about a Victorian divorce … Continue reading

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