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Review: Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
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Email address:. Fates and Furies. What The Reviewers Say. In the end, and from the beginning, Groff has created a novel of extraordinary and genuine complexity. No such hidden message here. Lauren Groff is a writer of rare gifts, and Fates and Furies is an unabashedly ambitious novel that delivers — with comedy, tragedy, well-deployed erudition and unmistakable glimmers of brilliance throughout. It's that good.
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Janet Street-Porter. There were instances when it almost slipped off my hands out of furis shock, others because of my anger caused by certain stupid decisions of the couple. The result is not only deliciously voyeuristic but also wise on the simultaneous comforts and indignities of romantic partnership This book was a HUGE disappointment.CORRIGAN I think, you're making too much of a mar. This particular passage had me cringing: " He is going out with lots of different women. Because wasn't he on the verge of committing suicide.
So back off trolls. I thought it was poetic and striking. Swelling with a contrapuntal symphony of passions, Fates and Furies is that daring novel that seems to reach too high - and then somehow, today and historically. The idea is that women are always more than they .