From Love to Grief
Edited By Wojciech Drąg and Ewa Kębłowska-Ławniczak
Rachael Sumner - The Anatomy of Grief in Ali Smith’s Novel How to Be Both
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State Higher Vocational School, Racibórz
The Anatomy of Grief in Ali Smith’s Novel How to Be Both
Referred to by UK publishers as “Super September,” September 2014 saw the release of a wealth of novels released by top British writers (Thorpe). These included Ian McEwan’s The Children’s Act, Sarah Waters’s The Paying Guests, David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks and Ali Smith’s How to Be Both. Smith was widely praised for her work, receiving first prize in the Costa Novel Awards, the Goldsmith’s Prize and the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction. How to Be Both was also selected for the Man Booker shortlist.
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