Rachel Cusk

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Rachel Cusk is a Canadian-born novelist and writer who lives and works in the United Kingdom.

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Rachel Cusk's novel Transit is the second in a planned trilogy. Cusk believes that humans have an innate grasp of form, a gift that makes us story-tellers.

Rachel Cusk: Transit

Rachel Cusk's novel Transit is the second in a planned trilogy. Cusk believes that humans have an innate grasp of form, a gift that makes us story-tellers.

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