Poetry that is elemental, grief-stricken, unearthly.
Poetry that forces clarity upon you about the cruelty and wonder of being alive.
A potent depiction of a time and a place, and seething critique of corruption.
The Grapes Of Wrath remains a bracingly strange novel about ecological crisis eight decades after it was published.
The Plague is understandably back on best-seller lists: the parallels with our current situation are striking.