Mavis Gallant’s “The Hunter’s Waking Thoughts”

2019-12-10T16:00:23-05:00

At first glance, I think that Digby, from the previous story “A Question of Disposal”, is a world apart from Colin Graves in this story. Consider how Digby’s mother, Mrs. Glover, imagines him, carrying on after her death. She isn’t particularly complimentary: “He would continue driving about in hairy

Mavis Gallant’s “The Hunter’s Waking Thoughts”2019-12-10T16:00:23-05:00

Pauline Holdstock’s The Hunter and the Wild Girl (2015)

2015-10-16T11:49:06-05:00

Despite its sedate and unassuming cover, Pauline Holdstock's The Hunter and the Wild Girl begins in a rush. Goose Lane, 2015 "With a shriek of splintering boards, the girl breaks into daylight and stands blinded, panting, sucking air as if it were a great hot soup, her chest

Pauline Holdstock’s The Hunter and the Wild Girl (2015)2015-10-16T11:49:06-05:00
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