Articles by Iman Qureshi
Despite enjoying the novel, Alexandra Roumbas Goldstein has a feminist bone to pick with this year’s winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction “Rage–Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus’ son...
Iman Qureshi // 2 September 2012
Iman Qureshi reviews Circumstance, screened during 2012 London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, and hails its director for subtly depicting complexities and contradictions of contemporary Iranian society
Iman Qureshi // 24 April 2012
Sian Norris finds herself approving of the subversion of traditional sexual roles in the portrayal of Charles Saint-Beuve – “a man like no other” – in Helen Humphrey’s novel The...
Iman Qureshi // 8 April 2012
LucindaE rereads Elizabeth Gaskell’s Sylvia’s Lovers not as a sentimental love story, but rather, a merciless tale of flawed love and thwarted ambition Elizabeth Gaskell’s Sylvia’s Lovers begins in a...
Iman Qureshi // 27 February 2012
Katherine Wootton reviews Margaret Atwood’s new work of non-fiction which explores the importance and vast potential of science fiction – a much ridiculed and underestimated genre – in the literary...
Iman Qureshi // 27 October 2011
Sian Norris dissects the problems behind mistress narratives in historial fiction, and explains why Maeve Haran’s The Painted Lady doesn’t fall into the typical traps As a big fan of...
Iman Qureshi // 11 October 2011
Despite being The F-Word’s namesake, Iman Qureshi argues that Granta 115: The F Word misses the mark A sprig of wit, a dash of bile and a hearty glug of...
Iman Qureshi // 31 May 2011
Despite being The F-Word's namesake, Iman Qureshi argues that Granta 115: The F Word misses the mark
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