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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The literary origins of Cinderella

Cinderella's long history before entering the cinema

Reviewed: The Boys Who Wouldn’t Grow Up

Kathryn Nielsen reviews a novel which explores the St Andrews student experience.

I Am Malala review

Seeking inspiration for the New Year? I Am Malala is a good place to start.

New interiors for Zadie Smith

NW, by Zadie Smith 304 pages Hamish Hamilton NW, by Zadie Smith, had the luxury of a guaranteed readership. Previous novels by Smith, White Teeth, The Autograph...

Better late than never: the 600th anniversary book

It has taken two years and £5,000, but St Andrews: Through Students’ Eyes has become a reality

Backlash, not revisited but still experienced

Tali Kord discusses Susan Faludi's 1991 work on feminism, Backlash

StAnza 2014 brings ‘a commonwealth of words’ to St Andrews

With the semester reaching its mid point this month, St Andrews is gearing up for the highly anticipated return of StAnza, the country’s premier...

The Economics of Killing review

The Economics of Killing, by Vijay Mehta, promises to bridge the gap of understanding between the theoretical worlds of finance and economics, and the...

The future of short-form literature?

A new subscription-based service is aiming to do for writing what Spotify has done for music

Bloomsbury and me: a month at the iconic publishing house

Each individual is a cog in an enormous machine of creativity and part of a wave of talent that has the potential to effect tremendous social and cultural change.