In its efforts to cram so much information into so small a space, the narrative becomes unfocused.
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While Beth Genné proffers a terrific take on dance and its social context, she exhibits a shaky grasp of musical-theater history.
“Resistance is futile. But resistance seems necessary.”
The biography offers a fascinating look at Frances Coke Villiers’s tale of rebellion, the plight of a memorable woman during a tumultuous time.
The history and process of judicial selection — dispassionately detailed.
Focusing on these indomitable and sometimes troubling women, Fought has written an engaging book that is compelling, sometimes even fierce.
May this superb biography, The Invention of Angela Carter, spark more interest in this amazing writer, especially in the United States.
Tony Fletcher’s research is impeccable, his sources are unimpeachable, and his style is thoroughly engaging.
Although Anger and Forgiveness is a work of systematic philosophy it is also provocatively personal.
What seems to animate many of the fairy tales is a heady freedom from the constraints of realism.