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From Dana Spiotta, the author of Eat the Document and Stone Arabia , “A brilliant novel…about female friendship, the limits of love and work, and costs of claiming your right to celebrate your triumphs and own your mistakes” ( Elle ). Innocents…
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From a National Book Award nominee, “a smart, subtle, moving story about the complicated business of knowing the people you love” ( Book Forum ). In the sibling relationship, “there are no first impressions, no seductions, no getting to know…
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The Los Angeles Dana Spiotta evokes in her bold and strangely lyrical first novel is a land of Spirit Gyms and Miracle Miles, a great centerless place where chains of reference get lost, or finally don't matter. Mina lives with her screenwriter husband and works…
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An ambitious and powerful story about idealism, passion, and sacrifice, Eat the Document shifts between the underground movement of the 1970s and the echoes and consequences of that movement in the 1990s. A National Book Award finalist, Eat the Document is a…
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Sin duda la mejor novela hasta el momento de la "inmensamente talentosa Dana Spiotta" (Michiko Kakutani), autora finalista del National Book Award estadounidense y premio del Círculo de la Crítica del mismo país, Inocentes y otros es la historia de tres mujeres…
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In making her selection for Pharos Editions, Dana Spiotta tells us how drawn she was by the work of Raymond Mungo. [He] writes . . . about his own joy and his own pain, he is particularly good when he describes the land around him and how it feels on his body.”…