Sycorax [ePub]

by Suniti Namjoshi

Namjoshi uses these little magical stories and poems to explore all sorts of questions from the use of art to the arrangement of society in a democracy.
She's worst when trying to be overtly satirical (her satirical attempts are rather hampered by a simplistic refusal to accept the objects of satire as people with beliefs), and in fact best when she actively eschews any simple interpretation, like in the story of a crow whose cheese is stolen by a fox after being lured by the promise of a great secret but gets to see the nocturnal world for the first time or in a reworking of the story of the boy who cried wolf that has to be read to be smiled at.

12.10.2011

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