In Bethany W Pope’s A Radiance, darkness and light play before the eyes with extraordinary and often disturbing effect. This debut collection narrates a family history in the Southern Gothic vein, where Pope appears as a sensitive and unconventional character – Bethany – fiercely critical of the world which has wronged her and her family, […]
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