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Lena Dunham On Book Tour


Lena Dunham’s coming tour to promote her book “Not That Kind of Girl,” is already partly sold out, months before it kicks off in New York City on Sept. 113 more words

Books To Read

Video choice: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie with Zadie Smith

As a continuation of my article choice: ‘We Should All Be Feminists’ by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, I wanted to briefly comment on Adichie’s recent interview at the Schomburg Centre with Zadie Smith on the promotion of her newest publication, Americanah. 142 more words


What's all this about Attunement?

What is Zadie Smith doing here? It seems that she’s allowing herself to transform. Maybe not even allowing but simply realizing transformation. Discontinuity.

She questions how someone can soften to something she previously loathed. 261 more words

White Teeth

Hi Crystal,

Sorry this is so late – I haven’t been sleeping much lately, so this seems like normal hour to write a blog post. It’s really not. 330 more words

White Teeth, Zadie Smith

I first came across White Teeth as part of my first year university studies where I studied only an extract of the novel under the name of ‘The Waiter’s Wife’. 546 more words

Archie Jones

Review: White Teeth by Zadie Smith

It’s been a while since my last post, yes, that is true. I’ve been having a busy (and not particularly pleasant) summer, but this is not going to be about the stresses of my own life, but about the enjoyable occasional breaks I’ve taken from it over the last fortnight as I slowly read  Zadie Smith’s… 586 more words

Book Review

Zadie Smith

Zadie Smith might be the best thing to happen to English literature in a long while. She transcends both race and gender, exhibiting true talent. Her writing reflects both substance and style and I’m so very jealous of her. 58 more words