2023-06

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Some friendships are toxic, some actions become skewered on the sword of social media, and the publishing world is not always a happy place. JENNIFER SOMERVILLE delves into REBECCA KUANG’s new satirical thriller, Yellowface, to see if there’s a happy ending.
 

There is an ethical dilemma posed in Rebecca Kuang’s new book, Yellowface. Would any writer do the same as the narrator, publishing another author’s work in their own name? Is it plagiarism, or is it just simple theft?


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