Mavis Gallant’s “Speck’s Idea” (1979)

2019-06-04T10:39:27-05:00

“To take up residence in the mind of Mavis Gallant, as one does in reading her stories, is a privilege and delight,” writes Phyllis Rose, to begin her review of Overhead in a Balloon in the March 18, 1987 issue of The New Yorker. She speaks of Gallant’s ability

Mavis Gallant’s “Speck’s Idea” (1979)2019-06-04T10:39:27-05:00

Marina Endicott’s Close to Hugh (2015)

2017-07-24T14:49:21-05:00

Like Anne Tyler, the only plot that Marina Endicott has is the passage of time. The events in her novels are ordinary happenings, but there is a delicious sense of unspooling when one falls into one of her narratives. Doubleday Canada, 2015 Close to Hugh is structured over a week's time and

Marina Endicott’s Close to Hugh (2015)2017-07-24T14:49:21-05:00
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