This long, compendious, delirious "novel" - co-authored with a rakish Australian journalist - should by all rights have been DeWitt's follow-up to The Last Samurai , but publishers apparently balked at the novel's enormous formal dare. Is there a difference between accuracy and truth? He is trying to express in words something that he has never felt before, possibly never ever fathomed experiencing before. Doctorow about a pair of brothers. Do they read the " Childcare ," the excerpt of the novel that is the fiction offering in this week's New Yorker, or do they avoid the magazine and hold out for two more months until the novel comes out? Even though I knew by then that I wanted to become a writer, I still thought of books in terms of their titles and their subject matter, not their authorship.
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