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Look At Me by Anita Brookner

Brookner’s precise and darkly imaginative second novel explores, with an unstinting, dispassionate, and bone-scraping precision, the paradoxical and painful dichotomy between seeing and being seen. Fanny Hinton, a handsome and sober young woman of means living alone with the aging … Continue reading

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Lost Horizon

From the first pages of the novel you realize that you are in the hands of a masterful storyteller. And Hilton does not disappoint: the entire story is crafted like a lovely gem carved and split out of crystal into beautiful shape. Continue reading

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