"Such scenes don’t read like dreams. They read like the moments of awe life occasionally grants us long after we have lost our innocence—respite from the difficult, disillusioning, everyday ticktock of being human."

New York Magazine’s Kathryn Schulz on Anne Carson’s ‘Red Doc>’

"Such scenes don’t read like dreams. They read like the moments of awe life occasionally grants us long after we have lost our innocence—respite from the difficult, disillusioning, everyday ticktock of being human."

New York Magazine’s Kathryn Schulz on Anne Carson’s ‘Red Doc>’

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    It’s hard to explain how excited I am about this so I won’t. I can’t get it here in Leipzig but will soon.
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