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Issue No. 31

Philippa Snow

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Issue No. 31

Here was a woman who had modelled her life so closely on Marilyn Monroe’s that doing so eventually helped drive her to her death...

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Issue No. 31

Interview with Dayanita Singh

Vikramaditya Sahai

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Issue No. 31

Myself Mona Ahmed is a photobook and a work of epistolary world-building. Published in 2001 by Scalo, it comprises...

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Issue No. 31

Editorial: Issue 31

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Issue No. 31

Guiding issue 31 of The White Review are questions of survival. How to carry on in the aftermath of...

Essay

June 2021

Inland

Gerald Murnane

Essay

June 2021

This essay, written by the author on his 1988 novel, INLAND, is one of 16 essays from a forthcoming collection...

From the archive

Issue No. 23

FROM OUR ARCHIVE: FACES IN A FACE

Lina Meruane

TR. Andrea Rosenberg

From the archive

Issue No. 23

‘Y todo esto es mío y no lo es, y parezco judía y no lo parezco.’ Margo Glantz, LAS...

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May 2021

Hungry Ghosts

Natalie Linh Bolderston

Feature

May 2021

In the middle of a summer when I am still a half-child, Mum tells me that this is the...

ON ADAM CURTIS: CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD

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April 2021

Juliet Jacques

Feature

April 2021

  Billed as ‘An Emotional History of the Modern World’, Adam Curtis’s new series of films CAN’T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD (2021)...

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Issue No. 30

RABIH MROUÉ: WORD AND IMAGE

STANLEY WOLUKAU-WANAMBWA

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Issue No. 30

In his pencil-like embrasure, the look-out and later the gunner realised long before the easel painter, the photographer or the...

Interview

Issue No. 30

Interview with Marie NDiaye

AURÉLIE MAURIN

TR. Samuel Rutter

Interview

Issue No. 30

Over the course of her career, Marie NDiaye has carved herself a unique position in French literature, situated somewhere...

ALL THE STAIN IS TENDER: THE ASIAN DELUGE AND WHITE AUSTRALIA

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Issue No. 30

JESSICA ZHAN MEI YU

Essay

Issue No. 30

I was three years old when Pauline Hanson announced in Parliament that Australia was ‘in danger of being swamped by Asians’. In her 1996...

 

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