I’m very pleased to publish this review with The Washington Post!
In Kate Zambreno’s ‘Green Girl,’ a young American wanders through London
Long before Lena Dunham and her “Girls,” writers have wrestled with youth’s peculiar blend of narcissism and self-hatred: the sense that success is just around the corner and that one’s best days are long gone. Early in “Hamlet,” Polonius tells his daughter, “You speak like a green girl, unsifted in such perilous circumstance.”
The rest has not been silence. With “Green Girl,” first-time novelist Kate Zambreno joins this long-running conversation. Keep reading…
Categories: 2-2.5 stars, Book Reviews, Freelance Articles
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