Sam Lipsyte

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American novelist, 2008 Guggenheim Fellow in Creative Arts and Assistant Professor at Columbia University

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A novel that presents ambiguity as a constant feature of modern life,   Hark   is a book full of tensions, written with Sam Lipsyte’s fine grain strangeness, and absent of easy…

Sam Lipsyte: Hark

A novel that presents ambiguity as a constant feature of modern life,   Hark   is a book full of tensions, written with Sam Lipsyte’s fine grain strangeness, and absent of easy…

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Sam Lipsyte:The Fun Parts

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