Amy Wright reviews Jenny Boully's not merely because of the unknown that was stalking towards them (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2011) at Jacket 2, for which we are grateful. Not only does Wright locate not merely within Barrie, but manages to bring Byron into the mix, which is always a good idea.
Says Wright: "not merely contributes so rich a reading to Barrie’s text it should be assigned as a prep course for adolescents loosing the anemones inside their chests and a refresher course for fortysomethings who have forgotten the point."
Indeed. Read the full, awesome review here.
Read more about Jenny's book, and buy it, here.
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