Book Review: Strong Woman

Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge, Vice-Chairman of West Ham FC, one of Lord Sugar's advisors on the Apprentice and formerly the youngest Managing Director of a PLC in the UK, is undeniably an impressive woman. In her appropriately titled autobiography ‘Strong Woman’, two key themes emerge. First, Karren Brady’s primary concern is independence. From the outset … Continue reading Book Review: Strong Woman


Book Review: The Bell Jar

The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath The Bell Jar: it’s a classic, acclaimed as a major work of feminist literature. Semi-autobiographical and published less than a month before Sylvia Plath killed herself in 1963. I felt slightly embarrassed I hadn’t read it at my ripe old age. So, how was my experience of this seminal … Continue reading Book Review: The Bell Jar