If I understand the title well, it seems a bit of an obsession. No women in Canada? Ah! well, better to be ignored than to be compared!
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A collection can reveal an obsession, sometimes...
Claude,Unter can mean both among and under. ...So, for you a bit of an obsession it seems? Well, no.Reading the anthologies, all containing stories written by female authors, was / is interesting, though; and I did not ignore comparing ...Andrew,... sometimes, indeed.
Again a misunderstanding. I thought it was about women, not written by women. So much more interesting!
I had the same misconception as Claude. This puts a whole new light on it ;-)
Claude,Nine titles 'Frauen aus ...' would not not be worth a photo. However I thought (putting) McGahern among and under (unter) women might be able to cause a smile.Oh well, strange is this blogger's dimmed brain's humour.[Ten minutes later]Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ...Et tu, Ruth?Now this is interesting! :)Well, rather than pondering what visitors might think before or without reading the comments:These are interesting, not seldom fascinating reads. And: It's interesting to compare how authors in different countries, with different a background, do write about / handle the same / similar subject(s). Same goes for style and so on.If there is one thing disputable: the title(s) of this collection. Would any publisher come to think of a collection 'Männer in Afrika, Männer in Irland, Männer in Italien ...?
Dimmed or not, you caught our attention! I was wondering about McGahern. He looked a bit lost among women.
But I'm glad he is there. I dislike segregation! :)
Laughing heartily at this. Inspired, Sean. I never imagined that the wonderful John McGahern was such a globe-trotting lothario.
Ha ha, Stan,neither had I, nor would I.