At a time when the people of Britain (and now the US) seem to be moving further and further apart politically and the voice that shouts the hardest and loudest is the one that is listened to, Ali Smith steps in to calmly and beautifully lay out her case for humanity, for love, for learning, for understanding in a way that only a writer of her calib...

He wants the essentiality of winter, not this half-season grey selfsameness.

Ali Smith’s Winter, the second in her seasonal quarter, is as timely and topical as Autumn, which was billed as the first ‘Brexit’ novel. And again we see familiar snippets from the news appear: the vote is mentioned several times, as is a certain ridiculous president...

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