I never did tell you did I? (unsent letters)

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Avec Books, 2003 - Fiction - 242 pages
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Fiction. Through a series of letters she writes to friends and family, a woman in her early forties attempts to understand the world she finds herself in but never expected. "In UNSENT LETTERS Nash chooses the nearly abandoned genre of the epistle to dismantle "reality," to reach inside the illusion of narrative & extract what really matters in an increasingly desperate world. "What is love in the 21st century in the age of the internet ?" In the intimacy of these letters, the self speaks to self, exposing the ruptures of story & masquerade of our so-called American dream" --John High. "[In UNSENT LETTERS] Susan Smith Nash knows that psychology and politics are inseparable, andthat our own individual histories are caught up in the history of theworld" - Mark Wallace.

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