"a feeling of overlookedness and isolation can be said to persist in America’s dairyland, and the idea that no one is watching can create a sense of invisibility that leads to the secrets and labors that the unseen are prone to: deviance and corruption as well as utopian projects, untested idealism, daydreaming, provincial grandiosity, meekness, flight, far-fetched yard decor, and sexting."
Thursday, February 11, 2016
The view from Hudson Street
Lorrie Moore's review of "Making a Murderer" in The New York Review of Books includes that
at 8:16 PM