“Fiction writers are connoisseurs of memory…Jennifer Egan, a writer of understated elegance, is no exception, and it’s clear that she retains keen memories of girlhood, that quicksilver time of eagerness and fear, vulnerability and conviction. She nmined this deep vein with great success in her bittersweet novel, The Invisible Circus, and it fuels her boldly modulated short stories, tales of displacement and blazing moments of truth…riveting, vaguely Hitchcockian…piercingly tender…outstanding.”
—┬áNew York Times Book Review

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