Nan Talese


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Review of ‘Winslow in Love’

Burned-out, soon-to-be-divorced, self-doubting, alcoholic, nearly impoverished, overweight middle-aged male poet seeks tattooed, wise-beyond-her-years, extensively pierced, rail-thin, self-destructive, fiercely intelligent female student for repartee about Rilke, miscellaneous travel and . . . ? We can already hear the boots clomping toward the door. Stop. Winslow in Love is brilliant, and more than you will have…

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