Miranda July's film Me and You and Everyone We Know captured the mood of a generation –- and its attention. In this first book of stories, we find the same fear of paralysis, the same narcotized, sleepwalker affect. Why does Miranda July, a tireless whirlwind, identify with these listless characters?
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