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Book Reviews

Edgardo Rodriguez Julia’s “San Juan: Memoir of a City”

Cities impose their will upon us, and what we say about them has as much to do with "the regimen cities keep over imagination"* as it does with us. The city that swallows the writer is in turn, however…...

Suzane Adam’s “Laundry”

The story begins in a swirl: "For two days I've been running around, trying to understand, put things together, find some clarity, explain. Not lose my mind. This isn't the time to lose it." The…...