What to Look for in Winter: A Memoir in Blindness

What to Look for in Winter: A Memoir in Blindness

Candia McWilliam


The British literary sensation—“the so much startling, discomforting, advanced, ungovernable, hilarious and heart-rending of memoirs ” (The Telegraph)—the tale of a celebrated writer’s unexpected descent into blindness, and of the redemptive trip into the prior that her lack of sight units in movement. Candia McWilliam, whose novels A Case of Knives, A Little Stranger, and Debatable Land made her a reader favourite during the uk and all over the world, right here breaks her decade-long silence with a searing, intimate memoir that lovers of Lorna Sage’s Bad Blood, Mary Karr’s Lit, and Diana Athill’s Somewhere towards the tip will agree “cements her prestige as one in all our most vital literary writers past query” (Financial Times).

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