Geoff Dyer

Writer and author of “The Last Days of Roger Federer and Other Endings.”

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British author; 2012 winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for criticism

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British writer Geoff Dyer takes a look at last days, last games, last performances, and last works of famous people and asks: If you love what you do, why retire?

Victory laps: New beginnings at the tail end of our lives

British writer Geoff Dyer takes a look at last days, last games, last performances, and last works of famous people and asks: If you love what you do, why retire?

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Paradoxically, Geoff Dyer begins his attempt to locate America by first traveling to Tahiti. There, he discovers that Gauguin’s vision of it no longer exists – if it ever really did.

Geoff Dyer: White Sands

Paradoxically, Geoff Dyer begins his attempt to locate America by first traveling to Tahiti. There, he discovers that Gauguin’s vision of it no longer exists – if it ever really did.

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Geoff Dyer: Otherwise Known as the Human Condition

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