The Piano Tuner by Daniel Mason
It’s hard to believe that, just a few decades ago, literary critics announced the death of narrative. The novel, we were told, needed to be purged of all those embarrassing falsifications—such as the concept of a beginning, the closure of an ending, and any moral lessons or even a coherent conceptual framework between those two boundary points. Most of …
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