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The Outcome of Leila Slimani’s ‘The Perfect Nanny’ Can Only Be Disastrous

Reviews of award-winning, international sensation The Perfect Nanny by Leila Slimani have made much of the first line, “The baby is dead.” The first three pages pull no punches. There are graphic descriptions of two dead children in a Paris apartment, murdered by a nanny. A baby’s little body gets hauled off in a grey bag, … The post The Outcome of Leila Slimani’s ‘The Perfect Nanny’ Can Only Be Disastrous appeared first on The Millions.
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