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Lydia Millet

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Wednesday, December 12 2012

In 'Magnificence', the Protagonist Continually Invites Death into Her Life

Lydia Millet's Magnificence depicts the wispy tendrils of depression and death with subtlety, and offers no climax or conclusion for comfort.


Thursday, August 11 2005

Oh Pure and Radiant Heart by Lydia Millet

It's fascinating to consider what the human forces behind the bomb would think of their work now, 60 years after the Trinity Test and the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


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