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by Renata Adler
Afterword by. MURIEL SPARK.
Afterword by. 435 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014. Her current book was dedicated to him. But his province had always been the First Amendment, and he preferred not to think about who was paying his rather considerable legal fees, Martin Pix, a young, immensely rich, vaguely leftish media executive, who had recently come, yacht and fortune, into Viola’s special circle.
Pitch Dark is a book about love
Pitch Dark is a book about love. Kate Ennis is poised at a critical moment in an affair with a married man. The complications and contradictions pursue her from a house in rural Connecticut to a brownstone apartment in New York City, to a small island off the coast of Washington, to a pitch black night in backcountry Ireland.
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Pitch Dark is a large moaning leap into the battleground of Renata Adler's interior strewn with blood of amputated limbs, hearts abandoned still pulsing, thoughts rushing through the crammed sentences of a frightened mortal mind. Using her fragmented and articulate style she now whispers brief compelling stories, produces repetitions, offers bits of confounding thought urging the reader on in the narrative and further on into her mind.
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A strange, thrilling novel about desperate love, paranoia, and heartbreak by one of America's most singular writers. Pitch Dark is a book about love.
Her book Gone: The Last Days of The New Yorker (1999) described what she saw as the magazine's decline in the 1980s and 1990s.
Renata Adler (1937-10-19) October 19, 1937 (age 82) Milan, Italy. O. Henry Prize 1978 Brownstone – Best Short Story. Her book Gone: The Last Days of The New Yorker (1999) described what she saw as the magazine's decline in the 1980s and 1990s.