Articles by: Anna Thwaites

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Informit: Why Cry When You Can Laugh?

Review(s) of: The Killing of a Sacred Deer, by Yorgos Lanthimos

Informit: Outrage

Informit: Film: In the house

Review(s) of: 'Dans la maison', directed by Francois Ozon, 2013.

Informit: Giramondo shorts [Book Review]

Review(s) of: Anguli Ma: A Gothic tale, by Chi Vu, (Giramondo, 2012); Wildlife, by Eliot Weinberger, (Giramondo, 2012)

Informit: Radical homemakers [Book Review]

Review(s) of: Radical homemakers: Changing the world from your own backyard, by Shannon Hayes, Finch Publishing, 2011.

Informit: Ferrante and us

The condition is referred to as Ferrante Fever and has been spreading aggressively and rising to boiling point over the past year. Elena Ferrante's tetralogy, the Neapolitan Novels, starting with My Brilliant Friend and ending with The Story of the Lost Child (September 2015), has caused a very special kind of frenzy. For those who have somehow avoided everything to do with them: the novels are written from the perspective of Elena Greco (nicknamed Len…