Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

Three books that are interesting to read and consider beside each other:

Aritha van Herk’s “Judith”

Helen Potrebenko’s “Sometimes They Sang”

Marina Endicott’s “Good To A Fault.”

All three novels concern a single woman. Read them and consider the departure point for the women and their arrivals. In the case of Judith — the woman has left the city and a man and returned to the country (rural) and ultimately has a male dancing in and around her, in Sometimes They Sang, the woman has left the country (rural) to the city, where she does her own dancing. (term used liberally, not literally).

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