Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Whether it is significant or not, or perhaps a portent, this is the third time that a young writer has tested his talent with a difficult theme, old age, in a manner which is a partial tour de force (i.e. Muriel Spark's Memento Mori; Updike's Poorhouse Farm). Here, in the estrangement which the years bring, a number of septuagenarians are gathered together to elect the new President of their Old ... Read full review

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