Joanna Smith Rakoff: The Smell of Old England

In her last blog, Joanna Smith Rakoff wrote about a family “more identifiably old American than Jewish.”
Here in the U.S., Margaret Drabble’s novels are nowhere near as widely read as those of her older sister, A.S. Byatt, perhaps because they, to a one, seek to explore -– or, perhaps, “interrogate” might be a better word — contemporary British society, in rather the same way Philip Roth probes the uncomfortable corners of the American psyche.  Continue reading here.

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One response to “Joanna Smith Rakoff: The Smell of Old England

  1. It is very interesting for me to read this blog. Thanx for it. I like such topics and everything that is connected to them. I would like to read a bit more on that site soon.

    Julia Simpson

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