by Lore Segal
from the February 27, 2017 issue of The New Yorker
Seeing Lore Segal in the pages of The New Yorker when she’s 88 years old is a welcome sight. She’s been publishing, at the rate of one novel per decade (though she skipped the 1990s) for over fifty years. Her 2007 novel, Shakespeare’s Kitchen, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
I myself have not read her work before, so I’m glad to have a chance to do so this week.
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