Posts Tagged: Selin Gökcesu

The Rumpus Review of Mustang: Five French Girls Walk into an Anatolian Village


Fingerprints On Every Sentence


For Electric Literature, Selin Gökcesu shares her experience rereading Jane Eyre. Though she had loved the novel in childhood, Gökcesu’s MFA experience and her “selective” adult perspective “eroded” her interest in the novel: At thirty-eight, what I perceived as Brontë’s moral standpoint rubbed me the wrong way. Nowadays, to enjoy a book, not only do […]