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Madeleine Feeny

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Madeleine Feeny

Madeleine Feeny is a London-based literary critic and editor who has written for publications including The Economist, The Spectator, and the Financial Times. She is the founder of a literary events platform, A Moveable Feast, and has worked in publishing in London and Barcelona.

Articles by Madeleine Feeny

Transcending the Human Viewpoint
By Madeleine Feeny
I allowed myself to be very playful and unafraid, and to try everything.
“You Belong Nowhere”: Leïla Slimani on the Trauma of Colonialism and Her Forthcoming Novel
By Madeleine Feeny
Leïla Slimani is an international literary star, a poster-woman of French multiculturalism and a leading voice on human rights. Born in 1981 to a surgeon mother and economist father in Rabat, she…
“Every Choice We Make Is Political”: Natasha Lehrer on Translating “Consent” and “I Hate Men”
By Madeleine Feeny
Natasha Lehrer is a prize-winning literary translator from French to English. She recently translated Consent, Vanessa Springora’s memoir of her teenage relationship with the writer Gabriel Matzneff,…
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