Memory as a Form of Justice in ‘I May Destroy You’ and ‘The Tale’

CW: Rape, sexual abuse, child sexual abuse

“What is it for, the past, one’s own or the world’s? To what end question it so closely?”

— Margaret Drabble, The Realms of Gold

Justice is, in many ways, a form of remembering. Memory and memorialization can play a critical role in the dispensation of…

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Sohel Sarkar

Sohel Sarkar

Feminist researcher-writer and journalist. Just completed a Master’s degree in gender studies at SOAS and currently (anxiously) dreaming of a PhD. She/her.