A Rebecca West Reading Plan

I’ve long been intimidated, though I’ve never read any of her writing, by Rebecca West. This intimidation, I suspect, is because I know that I’ll read her thousand page plus masterpiece Black Lamb and Grey Falcon, but am nervous of the scale of the task. I am delighted to come across a less daunting progression for newbies to West,’ which feels like a plan.

Somehow I’ll weave this plan into my parallel plans to read all Kafka, a lot more Duras, all Nabokov and Bellow.

2 thoughts on “A Rebecca West Reading Plan

  1. >Pages Turned caught my attention as well. I own the West titles too. They sit unread. The universe is kind enough to always leave my reading life signs like this. What to do?

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