Ann Quin’s novel Passages collapses hierarchies of center and margin — Biblioklept

Ann Quin’s third novel Passages (1969) ostensibly tells the story of an unnamed woman and unnamed man traveling through an unnamed country in search of the woman’s brother, who may or may not be dead. The adverb ostensibly is necessary in the previous sentence, because Passages does not actually tell that story—or it rather tells that […]

Ann Quin’s novel Passages collapses hierarchies of center and margin — Biblioklept

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