Tag Archives: Julia Kristeva

The Malady of Death; Intricate lace by Marguerite Duras

I have spent one of the most pleasant hours of my life today in a pub with a decent chardonnay and Marguerite Duras’  Malady of Death. Marguerite Duras is considered to be an ‘experimental’ writer. She came of writing age during the neauveu roman era of French literature. She differs from Robbes-Grillet and others of the […]

Review – Ink. J.S. Breukelaar

Ink review – Mutinous talisman She limps in circles Around her room And learns that Butterflies can bite Mutinous talisman It’s a rare writer who takes on writing with the presence of mind to know the world needs what they want to say. Don’t get me wrong. Every new writer thinks they are filled with […]