Sally Rooney Articles

Conversations with friends about Conversations with Friends

Conversations with friends about Conversations with Friends

Conversations with Friends debuted over the summer to a mixed reception – we asked some students how they felt about it
Conversations with friends about Conversations with friends

Conversations with friends about Conversations with friends

Conversations with Friends has transformed the excruciating awkward silence into something beautiful.
Will Conversations with Friends live up to expectation?

Will Conversations with Friends live up to expectation?

Dealing with more mature characters than Rooney’s sophomore novel, Conversations follows Frances and Bobbi, recent graduates and ex-girlfriends-turned-friends.
Normalising vulnerability and consent: How Normal People made us fall in love with sex

Normalising vulnerability and consent: How Normal People made us fall in love with sex

The ‘Normal People’ TV adaptation depicts an authentic sexual intimacy and vulnerability that many shows – and real life relationships – seem to lack these days
A conversation with friends about Beautiful World, Where Are You

A conversation with friends about Beautiful World, Where Are You

Aileen and Victoria have a chat about Sally Rooney’s latest novel, Beautiful World, Where Are You
Heatwave highlight: Snowflake by Louise Nealon

Heatwave highlight: Snowflake by Louise Nealon

Aileen Loftus reviews Snowflake, the latest campus novel being compared to Normal People
Review: Normal People

Review: Normal People

The BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ has recently burst on to our screens and gifted the nation with the perfect escape from the monotony of lockdown
How Instagram made books cool again

How Instagram made books cool again

Are influencers genuinely interested in books or is it all just for the ‘aesthetic’?
Review: ‘Normal People’ by Sally Rooney

Review: ‘Normal People’ by Sally Rooney

Sally Rooney has been getting a lot of hype. Urussa Malik reads her latest novel, Normal People, to find out how such a comparatively young writer (she’s written two best-selling books by the age of 26) has been so successful.

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