Art + Culture reviews Joanna Ruocco's Man's Companions

 

Image of Joanna Ruocco's book, Man's CompanionsArt + Culture reviews Joanna Ruoco’s Man’s Companions, thanks to Ben Gottlieb, who writes

Early Lydia Davis seems not unfairly applicable, as does Amy Hempel, not merely for their separately singular abilities to convey a tremendous amount of information and a great emotional range with an economy of text, but also for the alternately insouciant and piercingly human wit with which they do so.

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