Wednesday, August 13 2014
A serious examination of what female artists continue to endure, this is unquestionably one of the year’s finest novels.
Tuesday, May 31 2011
The Summer Without Men seems a window into the perambulations of one woman’s thoughts in a “pause”, the breath before middle age shifts to growing old.
Thursday, April 8 2010
Hustvedt's book raises the timeless, ultimately unanswerable question of what it means to be an embodied self in the world.
Sunday, May 4 2008
Hustvedt's ability to incorporate so much material so seamlessly makes reading this book like drinking a wonderful old burgundy: rich, complex, lush, smooth.