by Susan Daitch
Read an excerpt of the novel here.
"On the surface the new novel is about feminism and the right of women to choose not to bear children. But an underlying theme is whether liberal nationalism is an oxymoron, whether the rights of the individual (the essence of liberalism) can be reconciled with the needs of the nation." -- from my New York Journal of Books review of The Extra by Abraham B. Yehoshua. For an excerpt from the novel see my examiner article.
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Eyes: Novellas and Stories by William H. Gaas book review. Click to read the full review of Eyes: Novellas and Stories in New York Journal of Books. Review written ...
91 year old William Gass' prose is still gorgeous in Eye...
“The brown paper wall bore tears and peels and spots made by drops of who knew what — expectorations past.