Rohan MaitzenDepartment of English
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Category Archives: Brookner, Anita
I must grow up, she thought. I must stop being so humble. I can make decisions and initiate actions like anyone else. I am not stupid. I am not poor. If I want to do something I do not have … Continue reading
That was one of the dubious endowments of ageing, a conviction that one’s desires had not been met, that there was in fact no reward, and that the way ahead was simply one of endurance. Anita Brookner’s Strangers is a quietly ruthless … Continue reading
Weekend Miscellany: some things that have caught my eye in recent Internet ramblings: Joseph Epstein reviews Gertrude Himmelfarb’s new book, The Jewish Odyssey of George Eliot (via). I agree with Open Letters‘s Sam Sacks that Epstein’s generalizations about the Victorians … Continue reading