ITS PROSE IS THE GEN­TLE ARC OF THE SHUT­TLE­COCK

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Books - Bethanie Blan­chard

neat per­fec­tion. It was the bi­tious, im­per­fect per­fec­tion works that made her name.

Em­bassy of Cambodia is yet another ex­am­ple of Smith’s mas­tery of story and form. She may feel nau­seous at the thought of another novel, but I long for her re­turn to tur­bu­lent, ex­pan­sive pud­dles from this small pol­ished win­dow­pane. dizzy­ing, amof the ear­lier

Zadie Smith

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