Tag Archives: Maclean’s Magazine

Weekend Roundup: French Connections

In a Times review of  Nina Caplan’s new book The Wandering Vine: Wine, the Romans and Me, reviewer Michael Henderson includes this as his opening: “O for a beaker full of the warm south!” Keats, who died in Rome, gave … Continue reading

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Rachel Cusk Envies Waugh’s Writing Life

Novelist Rachel Cusk is featured in a recent issue of the Canadian magazine, Maclean’s. She was born in Canada but moved to England as a child with her British parents. She has recently been nominated for two Canadian literary awards … Continue reading

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