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Book Reviews

Fatou Diome’s “The Belly of the Atlantic”

"How each of us manages to make more evident his own resistance. For that is the way a man comes to core. By way of, the discovery of, his own resistance. (It is also, mark you, the way a poet –…...

Eça de Queirós’s “The Maias”

In a preface to the 1903 printing of his novel A rebours, Joris-Karl Huysmans lamented the greatness of Flaubert's Sentimental Education. The "paradigm of Naturalism," the novel fired a generation…...