Yasmina Diallo shows us a wonderful intersection where feminism gets messy

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A remarkable portrayal of England’s witchhunts and a nuanced representation of womanhood

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Heading West

Rebecca West lives in Manningtree (Essex) with her widowed mother in 1643, infamously called the Beldam after her husband’s fearsome reputation. The village is mostly run by women as the men fight and die…

There’s no need to wait for the stage to bring you a diverse range of enlightening drama

Women are overly sexualised and blamed for their relationship with their fathers, we need to ask why.

Britain And Abuse

The British Office for National Statistics has indeed revealed an increase in reports of domestic abuse since the first lockdown started last March. The Centre for Women’s Justice also reported a 49% increase in calls to domestic abuse helplines. As Britain begins the process of opening up again, we need to be more aware than ever of domestic abuse and how it can show itself.

A refreshingly human and down-to-earth journey through global feminism, with a truly remarkable author

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Who’s Afraid of Isabel Allende?

Isabel Allende is a Chilean-American author whose life is nothing short of a rollercoaster. Most well-known for her fictional novels The House of Spirits and Eva Luna, she rightfully established herself as a literary pioneer in Latin American literature as one of the first female novelists with the same level of success (in many cases, more success than) as her male counterparts.

How wealth and inheritance wreaks havoc in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights

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Elizabeth Sorrell

South London-based freelance writer, focusing on literature, theatre, and opinion pieces.

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