Thursday, May 11, 2017

Off the Shelf

By Erin Flaaen    |   Wednesday, May 10, 2017
As a young writer, I was often told that you needed to master all the rules of writing before you could go about breaking them, and this statement is illustrated no better than in the work of George Saunders. In his short story collection TENTH OF DECEMBER, Saunders demonstrates clearly that he can master and twist every rule to his will, but in his first novel, LINCOLN IN THE BARDO, he takes this a step further, breaking every single rule in the most beautiful and poignant way possible. READ MORE

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