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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rachel Cusk. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rachel Cusk, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rachel Cusk. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rachel Cusk, often where they are interviewed.

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Rachel Cusk: "Danach" - Die Scheidungs-Märtyrerin

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk
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Rachel Cusk gilt als eine der umstrittensten Autorinnen Großbritanniens. Denn in ihren autobiografischen Büchern erzählte sie zuletzt keineswegs positiv vom Kinderkriegen und der Mutterschaft. In „Danach“ berichtet Cusk nun vom Scheitern ihrer Ehe. Was in England 2012 ebenfalls für Empörung sorgte.

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Jun 22 2020

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Rachel Cusk - Danach - Über Ehe und Trennung

SWR2 lesenswert - Literatur
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Rachel Cusk berichtet über die belastenden Folgen ihrer Trennung und versucht, deren Ursachen und ihren eigenen Fehlern auf die Spur zu kommen.
Rezension von Claudia Fuchs.
Aus dem Englischen von Eva Bonné
Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN 978-3-518-42914-3
22 Euro

Jun 19 2020

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Rachel Cusk: "Danach - Über Ehe und Trennung"

Lesestoff | rbbKultur
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Mit ihrem vieldiskutierten Buch "Lebenswerk" wurde Rachel Cusk in Großbritannien bekannt. Schonungslos und unsentimental sezierte sie am eigenen Beispiel das Thema Mutterschaft. In ihrem neuen Buch geht es nun um Trennung. Was genau passiert, wenn eine Ehe kollabiert? Gerrit Bartels stellt das Buch vor.

May 19 2020

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Ulrich Rüdenauer über "Danach" von Rachel Cusk

MDR KULTUR empfiehlt: Frische Belletristik
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Rachel Cusk sezierte die Mythen des Mutterseins, nun rechnet sie mit ihrer Ehe ab. Ihr autobiographisches Buch ist kein selbstentblößerischer Akt, sondern eine mikrochirurgische Operation, die Unerwartetes freilegt.

May 12 2020

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Read By: Rachel Cusk

92Y's Read By
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Rachel Cusk on her selection:

Tennyson’s In Memoriam crops up in the dullest Victorian stretches of an English Literature degree, and so the glimmering self-utterance that stutters into life across its (intimidating) number of lyric sequences has the impact - for the browbeaten student - of the birth of modernity. I read it then, and picked it up again much later in life, in a time whose trials and revelations it seemed almost to have prophesied. If this is the most one can expect literature to do, it does it. The lyrics I’ve chosen are the two in which I find the most sustenance, partly for the contrast offered by their two very different readings of the process and moral structure of change.

In Memoriam 95 [By night we linger'd] at The Poetry Foundation

In Memoriam 106 [Ring out, wild bells] at The Poetry Foundation

Apr 02 2020

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32. Rachel Cusk och Carina Rydberg - Två romanförnyare

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Rachel Cusk och Carina Rydberg. Författarkollegan och gästen Jan Henrik Swahn fattade grejen med Den högsta kasten redan 1997. Förläggaren och gästen Daniel Sandström hittade Rachel Cusk när proffsläsningen tagit semester. Programledare Lisa Tallroth.

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Jan 31 2020

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Rachel Cusk & Chris Power: Coventry

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The Observer called Rachel Cusk’s Outline trilogy ‘a landmark in twenty-first century English literature, the culmination of an artist’s unshakeable efforts to forge her own path’. The essays in her latest book Coventry explore other writers who forged their own path – among them Natalia Ginzburg, Olivia Manning and D.H. Lawrence – and wider themes political, personal and ethical. The discussion focussed on the themes that she has explored in her impressive body of work to date: the thinking and philosophy that have driven her to these positions, how her thinking is evolving and the new challenges that she is exploring. Cusk was in conversation with Chris Power, author of Mothers (Faber and Faber). Rachel Cusk is the author of the trilogy Outline, Transit, Kudos; the memoirs A Life’s Work, The Last Supper and Aftermath; and several other novels: Saving Agnes (winner of the Whitbread Award), The Temporary, The Country Life (winner of the Somerset Maugham Award), The Lucky Ones, In the Fold, *Arlington Park* and The Bradshaw Variations. She was chosen as one of Granta’s 2003 Best Young British Novelists. She has been shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize three times, most recently for Kudos.

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Jan 15 2020

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Rachel Cusk on Coventry

Shakespeare and Company
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We were joined by Rachel Cusk to discuss Coventry, an expansive and eloquent collection of essays from “one of the smartest writers alive” (New York Times).

Dec 12 2019

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Writers on Recordings: Rachel Cusk on Katherine Anne Porter

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New York's 92nd Street Y has been a home to the voices of literature for 80 years, hosting in its famed Reading Series the greatest literary artists of the 20th century and recording for posterity their appearances as part of its vast audio archive. Featuring Colm Tóibín on Elizabeth Bishop and Rachel Cusk on Katherine Anne Porter, the Writers on Recordings series invites contemporary authors to discuss the legendary voices that have meant the most to them. Each conversation features rare archival recordings and is led by Bernard Schwartz, who produces 92Y's Reading Series as director of its Unterberg Poetry Center. Now in its third year, the series is produced in collaboration with the 92nd Street Y and Queen Mary University of London.

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Aug 17 2019

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On Creating New Forms in Fiction and Following What’s True, featuring Rachel Cusk

Write-minded Podcast
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This week’s special episode is an interview between Write-Minded host Brooke Warner and the writer Rachel Cusk, who’s been hailed for “reinventing” the novel. Brooke asks Rachel about form, and how she approached this reinvention, whether she could have done it without the insights she had through writing her memoir, and what it means to call oneself—or be called—a feminist, or “post-feminist,” writer. In this clear-eyed and thought-provoking interview, Rachel gives insight into why she thought the novel needed to be re-thought in the first place, and why the pursuit of truth lies at the heart of everything she writes.

Jun 24 2019

31mins

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