Daughters, Mothers: Half-Formed and Otherwise

2014-09-30T18:27:34-05:00

Eimear McBride's A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing (2014) Reading. Then Not. Simon & Schuster, 2014 Sharp sentences. Jabbing thoughts. Unkindnesses bearing down. Book, set aside. Pause. And here is where the experience of reading A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing may end for many readers. Some, however,

Daughters, Mothers: Half-Formed and Otherwise2014-09-30T18:27:34-05:00

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Aloft (1961)

2014-03-14T19:36:48-05:00

Mary Norton's The Borrowers Aloft (1961) Illus. Beth and Joe Krush Harcourt Inc, 1998 There is no sign of Mrs. May in the fourth volume of Mary Norton's series about the Clock family. Instead, the story introduces us to Mr. Pott, an old railway man who has lost a leg

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Aloft (1961)2014-03-14T19:36:48-05:00

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Afloat (1959)

2014-03-14T19:36:08-05:00

Mary Norton's The Borrowers Afloat (1959) Illus. Beth and Joe Krush Harcourt Inc, 1990 It was Mrs. May who first told Kate about the borrowers (although it wasn't Mrs. May who had seen them, but her brother, when he was still alive, and just a boy). It's possible she doesn't

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Afloat (1959)2014-03-14T19:36:08-05:00

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Afield (1955)

2014-03-14T19:35:25-05:00

Mary Norton's The Borrowers Afield (1955) Illus. Beth and Joe Krush Harcourt Brace & Company, 1990 The Clock family is on the run -- quite literally -- when readers return to the action of Mary Norton's stories about the borrowers. And there is no going back. Which is going to

Mary Norton’s The Borrowers Afield (1955)2014-03-14T19:35:25-05:00
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