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Category Archives: Gail Scott
Montreal writer Gail Scott’s 1993 book Main Brides is less a novel than a series of snapshots, taken with the camera of the main character Lydia’s eyes. It’s a book where mood and atmosphere are more important than plot or … Continue reading