Tag Archives: Fay Weldon

Rhode Island Blues

“One of Fay Weldon’s great gifts is that she can present a serious truth lightly, tossed off as a joke. . . . Rhode…

Worst Fears

“A hundred years hence, if people can still read, Weldon’s books will likely have the unblunted edge of Jane Austen, an unsentimental Baedeker guide…

Wicked Women

“A bristling new collection of stories . . . Weldon has become one of the most cunning moral satirists of our time.” –The New…

Splitting

“Adarkly comic portrait of one woman’s shattering response to divorce: the latest from an author rightly celebrated for writing witty cautionary tales about the…

The Spa

“Provokingly complicated and eminently readable . . . Weldon raises more questions about contemporary sexual politics.” –Financial Times

She May Not Leave

“One of England’s most superb novelists, could best be described as a 21st-century Thackery”.Weldon’s sharp wit and incisive skewering of the mores of the…

Mantrapped

“In Weldon’s skillful hands, the obsessions of nineties London are picked apart to wonderfully comic effect. . . . If you can just keep…

The Bulgari Connection

‘swift and amusing . . . You can count on Weldon for sharp, comical observations on subjects ranging from contemporary British painters and arts…

Big Girls Don’t Cry

“Weldon’s clever comparisons of yesterday’s mores to today’s spice up this bubbling feminist brew, offering a study of the costs and consequences of the…