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
"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."

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