My review of this memoir.
The US government purchased and destroyed numerous copies of Anthony Shaffer’s “Operation Dark Heart”
Don’t Call Me a Crook! a Scotsman’s Tale of World Travel, Whisky, and Crime by Bob Moore (Dissident Books)
Bob Moore’s picaresque memoirs, recounting his (mis)adventures around the world were originally published in 1935. Dissident Books have now republished this "lost" classic, with the addition of afterword by James Kelman – and not before time.
Comparing Maxine Hong-Kingston’s novels China Men and The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts. Looking at the way Hong-Kingston draws comparisons between the two sexes through her use of different narration.
In the 1980s, a friend urged me to read the mysterious German writer, Jakob Lenz. Why?