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Middlesex, Identity, and the Family Epic

There’s no way to write a review of Jeffrey Eugenides’ masterpiece¬†Middlesex in one go. The novel itself is too expansive, both in scope and in length, in theme and in plot. It’s a massive family history in the vein of¬†One … Continue reading

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Still Alice: Musings on Self-Definitions

First off, full disclosure: I have not finished reading “Still Alice” by Lisa Genova. I’m probably only about a third of the way through. But after a weekend absent of culture (I’ve been marathoning Season 14 of Big Brother — … Continue reading

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