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Richard Coles: The Madness of Grief

Richard Coles: The Madness of Grief

A Memoir of Love and Loss. UK 2022, 192 pp., hardbound, € 24.95
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Whether it is pastoral care for the bereaved, discussions about the afterlife with parishioners or being called out to perform the last rites, death is part of the Reverend Richard Coles´ routine. But since his partner the Reverend David Coles died in December, much about death has taken Coles by surprise. David´s death at the age of 42 was unexpected ... Weiterlesen

Naoise Dolan: Exciting Times

Naoise Dolan: Exciting Times

UK 2020, 277 pp., brochure, € 14.95
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An intimate, bracingly intelligent debut novel about a millennial Irish expat who becomes entangled in a love triangle with a male banker and a female lawyer. - Ava moved to Hong Kong to find happiness, but so far, it isn´t working out. Since she left Dublin, she´s been spending her days teaching English to rich children - she´s been assigned ... Weiterlesen

Luke Turner: Out of the Woods

Luke Turner: Out of the Woods

UK 2019, 271 pp., brochure, € 14.95
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At a crossroads in his life, the demons Luke Turner has been battling since childhood are quick to return - depression and guilt surrounding his identity as a bisexual man, experiences of sexual abuse, and the religious upbringing that was the cause of so much confusion. It is among the trees of London´s Epping Forest where he seeks refuge. Away ... Weiterlesen

Mona Eltahawy: Headscarves and Hymens

Mona Eltahawy: Headscarves and Hymens

Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution. UK 2016, 240 pp., brochure, € 17.95
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»Headscarves and Hymens« explodes the myth that we should stand back and watch while women are disempowered and abused in the name of religion. In this laceratingly honest account, Eltahawy takes aim both at attitudes in the Middle East and at the western liberals who mistake misogyny for cultural difference. Her argument is clear: unless political revolution in the Arab ... Weiterlesen


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