Among a rich harvest of prizes and honours, AM
won the Giller Prize in both 1998 and 2004. In 2002 an Alice Munro Literary Garden, just beside the museum, was dedicated in Wingham, Ontario...
wrote of this book that RP
's control of cadence and poetic diction is daring and exciting, her rhythm brilliant and subtle, the play with stanza form and technical tricks stunning and deeply...
The volume comes with a cover endorsement from Colm Tóibín
, praising the astonishing resonance of Padel's voice.
Irish critic Colm Tóibín
, who at fourteen used to pretend to be the doomed, charismatic queen, feels that of all the many writers who have treated Mary in fiction, from Burns
In the New York Times, Michiko Kakutani
(who liked best among the contents Lélé by Edwidge Danticat
and Donal Webster by Colm Toibin
) wrote that while the stories vary widely in quality—a few...
's politics remain the subject of critical debate. The difficulty arises over the fact that, as Colm Tóibín
puts it, she managed to inhabit two ideologies—that of the landlord and that of the nationalist—at...
In July 2009 Chawton House Library
marked the two-hundredthth anniversary of JA
's settling in Hampshire with a highly successful conference on new directions in scholarship about her. In November 2009-March 2010 the Morgan Library and Museum
An impressive body of criticism on James has recently been joined by fictionalizations of him in several novels. Emma Tennant
portrayed him in her Felony, 2002, and in 2004 three more James novels were...