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Badass et féministe
Cendrillon est morte il y a 200 ans. Depuis, le conte de fée connus de tous.tes est devenu la base d'une société patriarcale à laquelle Sophie veut mettre fin.
Sombre, badass et féministe, cette réécriture montre le pouvoir de la manipulation de l'histoire et de ce que cela peut cacher.
A quest of identity...
Behind the illusion of diversity, tolerance and equality that Great Britain promotes, lies the unpalatable truths that being black will ensure that you will never be accepted.
A stunning debut that examines race, British History, misogyny and microagressions experienced by an unnamed black woman in the UK.
A quest of identity during the 21st century, a reflexion on reclaiming your body and mind.
Everything changes, and everything stays the same !
Everything changes, and everything stays the same ! That is the mantra of Jonathan Coe's latest book, which tells a nation's story through generations of the same family? It's ambitious, it's clever and it works.
Through 7 periods of time, follow the life of Mary's family and see the UK evolve through their eyes : Wales nationalism, the worshipping of James Bond, the "chocolate wars", the outpouring of love for the "people's princess"...
You'll want to read more and more about their stories and History.
Faber and Faber
"Neither one of us talks, the way people sometimes don’t when they are happy."
Have you ever dreamed of looking at life the way you used to when you were a child ? In Foster, witness the blooming of a child in the Irish countryside during one summer. It's all about healing your inner child.
I who have never known a better read !
40 women locked up until the day they flee. This story tells womanhood, love and death and questions the value of knownledge. I Who Have Never Known Men is a haunting story that tackles the big questions, but provides no answers. I still think about it everyday !