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Lotti’s Leap

Penelope Fitzgerald, 1 July 1982

Collected Poems and Prose 
by Charlotte Mew, edited by Val Warner.
Carcanet/Virago, 445 pp., £9.95, October 1981, 0 85635 260 8
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... a lyric poet) and whose sad life, in spite of many explanations, refuses quite to be explained. Val Warner, who has worked for so long and against so many difficulties to produce this edition, is to be congratulated. The prose pieces and seven of the poems have been collected for the first time, there are five new poems, and the 54 lines which were cut ...

Staying Alive

Rosa Lyster: ‘The New Wilderness’, 5 November 2020

The New Wilderness 
by Diane Cook.
Oneworld, 398 pp., £16.99, August, 978 1 78607 821 6
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... New Wilderness, her first novel, shortlisted for the Booker and picked up for TV adaptation by Warner Brothers, is unusual in this respect. As in her 2014 short story collection, Man v. Nature, she expands the conventions of the climate dystopia genre, moving away from the familiar post-apocalyptic landscape. Her novel takes place in a nearish ...

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