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Life for Llansol, at least going by these books, seems to have been something more flowing and organic than even an agua viva of the “I” as Lispector defines it.
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Full Stop by Jacob Kahn - 21h ago

After disaster, there is only disaster. It is a familiar and unrecognizable present. And whether we recognize it or not, whether we read it or write it or not, we are living the climate crisis.
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Full Stop by Kaila Philo - 2d ago

Only now do I realize that I venerated Sula during a period in which I became numb.
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Full Stop by Patrick Disselhorst - 3d ago

Chang has been referred to as China’s Joan Didion.
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Full Stop by Eric Van Hoose - 3d ago

The history of the novel is also the history of people coming into an understanding of themselves, of the ways in which we use art not only to reflect but also to change ourselves.
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Full Stop by Chelsea Hogue - 1w ago

Tawada’s is a fiction of resistance --- to capitalism, imperialism, normative emotional expectations --- and that can, sometimes, look a lot like cruelty.
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Full Stop by Devin Kelly - 1w ago

"Bearing witness I think is the best of what poetry can do sometimes."
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Full Stop by Kevin Pickard - 1w ago

Rather than crafting a character study or a love-at-first-sight romance (though the novel includes elements of both), Ganieva attempts to encapsulate Dagestan’s complexities, interrogating its customs, politics, and religion.
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Full Stop by Jonathan Murden - 1w ago

I’m sure it will surprise no one if I say that St. Paul’s scales are not the only literary detail in the Bible which is passed over with very little explanation.
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One of the scariest moments of THE JUNIPER TREE is nothing more than the sight of some flowers on the floor.
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