Posts tagged Man Booker Prize
Book Review: Drive Your Plow by Olga Tokarczuk

After the success of Man Booker International Prize Winner Flights, Fitzcarraldo Editions return with a new Olga Tokarczuk novel. Originally published in Poland in 2009, Drive Your Plow Over The Bones Of The Dead was translated into English by Antonia Lloyd-Jones. Far from the “constellation-novel” form of Flights that Tokarczuk opts for in many of her later works, it presents itself as a reinvention of the gothic noir and crime novel.

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Book Review: My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh

After having graduated in art history from Columbia and quitting her job at a pretentious art gallery, the unnamed narrator of My Year of Rest and Relaxation retires in her Upper East Side apartment and resolves to sleep for the coming year, at the end of which she expects to emerge a different person.

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Book Review: Autumn by Ali Smith

Autumn is a bit different from previous Ali Smith novels. There is the usual word play, clever puns, metafictional element, 60s nostalgia, and most of all, those moments of simple, everyday, human connection that Ali Smith does so well. But this one is a much more urgent novel then her previous work.

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