Literary Escapades. Daphne du Maurier: ‘Rebecca’

Daphne du Maurier’s gothic mystery novel ‘Rebecca’ starts out as a lover’s lament. As the plot twists and turns, the mysteries and discoveries will increasingly horrify and stun even the best prepared reader. Be ready to have your entire concept of true love shattered before picking up this extraordinary book.

Of Dreams and Demons: Hubert Selby Jr.

American author Hubert Selby Jr. is a fascinating writer whose stories and novels dive into the deepest pits of human pathology with intricate attention to detail. it is now time to take a closer look at ‘The Demon’ and ‘Requiem for a Dream’. My analysis.

Literary Escapades. Annie Proulx: ‘Barkskins’

American author Annie Proulx is best known for her short story Brokeback Mountain (1997) and novel The Shipping News (1993), both of which have been adapted and received additional acclaim on the silver screen respectively. Barkskins (2016) is her newest and arguably most ambitious novel, reaching over 700 pages.