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“My goal as a writer is to do as much as possible at one time. Life itself is so cacophonous and complex. It’s not that I want to create a cacophony, but I want to do justice to the complexity around us. I don’t want to oversimplify it. I want to take one thing and build from that, and then keep building, until I begin to approximate the complexity of the world and our perceptions of it.”
- Jennifer Egan, author of A Visit from the Goon Squad

 

As Christmas fever starts to boil and life becomes increasingly frenetic in the lead up to the ...

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2 Comments

  • Reply December 3, 2012

    Laura Boon

    Thanks Meredith. I’ve been looking for some holiday reading and I think both Behind the Sun and The Storyteller’s Daughter fit the bill!

  • Reply December 5, 2012

    lydia

    Thanks Meredith. I love Alice Munro – I think she’s the best short story writer on the planet. I will look for her new book.

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