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Lynne Tillman's The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories, is a unique blend of short fiction, essays, and philosophical musings that defy categorization.

Lynne Tillman: The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories

Lynne Tillman's The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories, is a unique blend of short fiction, essays, and philosophical musings that defy categorization.

from Bookworm

Tillman says a writer shouldn’t be ahead of one’s time but ‘of’ one’s time. She wishes to open doors, break down barriers, and make us aware of how thoughts are formed.

Lynne Tillman: What Would Lynne Tillman Do?

Tillman says a writer shouldn’t be ahead of one’s time but ‘of’ one’s time. She wishes to open doors, break down barriers, and make us aware of how thoughts are formed.

from Bookworm

Lynne Tillman's  haunting novel takes the form of an obsessive's monologue--consciousness masks pain; first-person narrative conceals repression.

Lynne Tillman: American Genius

Lynne Tillman's  haunting novel takes the form of an obsessive's monologue--consciousness masks pain; first-person narrative conceals repression.

from Bookworm

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