by Sharanya

An Apprenticeship or the Book of Pleasures – Clarice Lispector

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Lispector’s fiction pushes us to become apprentices of language itself, to find pleasure in the cadences of subjectivity, and to seek out how our articulations of desire and pain weave our reality.

W-3 – Bette Howland

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The radicality of W-3 lies there: it is imaginative, as a form, because it is a narrative about the banal, moving contradictions of people who experience madness.

The Distance – Ivan Vladislavić

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His interest in the potential of the fragment as a form of fiction that bears witness to political truth, is ever yielding.