Cat Kay walks us through Atwood’s diverse universe, and argues it’s not so dissimilar from our own Continue reading The Cat-alogue: Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ – Fiction, or a Real Threat?
What do a Nineteenth Century French Novel, Sophie Kinsella’s Shopaholic Series and The BBC’s The Paradise have in common? Continue reading The Cat-ologue: Confessions of Consumerism
It was pure chance that I stumbled upon this book. I was nearing the end of my first year at Holloway and the end of year exams, which had suddenly made university feel a whole lot more serious, were looming ever larger. In a bid to escape revision, I set off for Staines. I headed to Waterstones for a book; I wasn’t sure what I … Continue reading The Catalogue – ‘Star Gazing’, by Linda Gillard
In the first of many ‘Cat-alogues’, Cat Kay explores why ‘No and Me’ represents a Paris we might not like to know. Continue reading The Cat-alogue: No and Me