Pamela Frankau's 1954 novel, A Wreath for the Enemy, is a wonderfully circular act of atonement through literature.
Trevor reviews Elliott Chaze's dark noir, Black Wings Has My Angel, first published in 1953 and released this week in a new NYRB Classics edition.
Trevor reviews Barbara Comyns's 1950 novel Our Spoons Came from Woolworths, recently published in a new edition by NYRB Classics.
Lori reviews Sybille Bedford's debut novel, A Legacy, first published in 1956 and reissued today by NYRB Classics.
For her first post on The Mookse and the Gripes, Amanda Sarasien reviews Barbara Comyns' Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead.
Trevor reviews Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth's classic science fiction novel The Space Merchants, just published as part of The Library of America's American Science Fiction: Nine Classic Novels of the 1950s. Read the full post.
Trevor reviews Robert Walser's Berlin Stories, translated from the German by Susan Bernofsky.
Trevor reviews Flannery O'Connor's "A Good Man Is Hard to Find."