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November 13th, 2013
thesmithian

She writes: “Men’s bodies litter my family history. The pain of the women they left behind pulls them from the beyond, makes them appear as ghosts.” The book’s form enacts this haunting; after reading about a person’s death, the reader encounters that same person—painfully vibrant—in the next chapter.

more. and a talk with the author, here.

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    Not my type of thing but this sounds like a really good book. I need to get back to reading.
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