Tuesday, May 31, 2016

This Week in Fiction: Zadie Smith on Stories That Implicate Everybody - The New Yorker http://tinyurl.com/hrdp9kk

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story in the Summer <b>Fiction</b> Issue, “Two
Men Arrive in a Village,” describes what happens
when two strangers appear in a close-knit
community. The title contains within it the
unspoken question of what will happen next. It
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