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Animals was reviewed in the New Yorker!

 

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  1. Craigston Mullen

    I have told at least a dozen people about “ANIMALS” and I do consider it as an “auspicious” opening salvo across the bow of young happening totally committed English Literature. I would say that only “BONJOUR TRISTESSE” by Francoise Sagan is the “corollary” to this wonderful entry into the lists of young female writers. Emma Jane Unsworth shall always remain forever atop the pinnacle of the “genre” that you might as well invented.
    That is how fresh, rapid, and clean is your lance. Thanks again for the love as the motive power of creation that has marked your entry into the public sphere of our world. No man is an island, nor is this book. Cheers!

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