New York: Hogarth, 2016
A modern update to Shakespeare’s The Tempest, told from the perspective of a theater director who has been ousted from his post, and is plotting his revenge on his enemies while/through teaching Shakespeare-in-performance to prisoners, written by one of the best authors of our time. (And a good opportunity to revisit The Handmaid’s Tale.)
This book is part of the 2017 Berkeley Summer Reading List. Stay tuned for more weekly posts!