The LONG VIEW
Moving backward in time from the '50s to the '20s, "The Long View" presents a revealing portrait of a marriage -- that of Antonia and Conrad Fleming. Told through Antonia's eyes, it is a gut-wrenching and extraordinary look at marriage -- both from the outside in and from present to pass.
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Interesting structure: Beginning at middle age, then going backwards to early marriage and teenage years. Structure reminded me of Pinter's 'Betrayal'. But could not feel anything for the chilly ... Read full review
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