Now for the surprise: Maleficent felt like a credible anarchafeminist fairytale.
As usual, the judges want to tell us that this a longlist of ambition, breadth and depth, but this year more than most, that seems like a disingenuous claim.
Campaign of Hate is a thoughtful examination of Russia’s heinous, anti-LGBT propaganda laws via one-on-one interviews with those most affected by them.
It is no surprise that The Goldfinch won the Pulitzer Prize.
The “culture of non-payment” is really more adequately described as poverty.
What Wright does in The Swan Book is something extraordinary – she holds a future mirror up to an Australia ruined by greed and racism, and asks, Do you like what you see?
Once Russia’s historical perspective is understood, it becomes clear that the only viable solution for Ukraine is neutrality.
These are the books you really need to read before you reach the pearly gates.
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