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‘Ms. Olds Renders the Personal Universal’: Dwight Garner Reviews Sharon Olds’s Odes

Dwight Garner assesses Sharon Olds (“Laureate of Sexuality”) and her latest book, Odes: “As a writer, she’s always gotten an illicit thrill from pushing boundaries, whether scrutinizing sex or motherhood or parents or illness (but sex especially).” More, via the New York Times: Sharon Olds feels bad about her neck. In her new book there […]
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