The Week

The Week Fiction Literary Nonfiction Women s Studies Art THE WEEK presents models of minds shaped by the st century American realities that they also construct The stories are unconventional in their arcs an

  • Title: The Week
  • Author: Joanna Ruocco
  • ISBN: 9780995348301
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fiction Literary Nonfiction Women s Studies Art THE WEEK presents models of minds shaped by the 21st century American realities that they also construct The stories are unconventional in their arcs and uses of characterization, and in their foregrounding of the instabilities in representational practices they obsess over life and death, female sexuality and family, tFiction Literary Nonfiction Women s Studies Art THE WEEK presents models of minds shaped by the 21st century American realities that they also construct The stories are unconventional in their arcs and uses of characterization, and in their foregrounding of the instabilities in representational practices they obsess over life and death, female sexuality and family, the economy and language and try out various forms inadequate to their figuration expression.

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    1. Liked this a lot. Reminded me a bit of Lydia Davis ("Men" era Lydia Davis, not current "Eats, Shoots, and Leaves" Lydia Davis)

    2. This weird collection of short short stories pulled me in and engulfed me with its strangeness and humor. The narrative voice is searching, often grappling with what it's trying to say, but it also feels concise and assured in a nice way. I started to think of Diane Williams toward the end but it's actually more satisfying than William's last few books. It also has some traces of contemporary poets like Dorothea Lasky or Mary Ruefle. A couple of pieces left me scratching my head a little but tha [...]

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