The Friend, by Sigrid Nunez

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The Friend, by Sigrid Nunez

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“For contemporary writing, I often find myself gravitating to what we now call ‘auto-fiction,’ mostly by women authors. I read Rachel Cusk’s trilogy, loved Sheila Heti’s Motherhood, the same for Jenny Offill’s The Department of Speculation. Sigrid Nunez’s The Friend is very much in this vein. The writing is beautiful and how she treats the literary life, grief, and friendship is convincing and moving. Formally, the book is also very inventive. If you despair about the future of literature, this is a book that  commiserates with you but also proves the value of what we fear is being lost.”
—David Bezmozgis

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