by Jessie Greengrass
Editor: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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It seemed, at the time, a law of profound selfishness, to have a child, so that I could become a parent; but selfish, too, to have a child and stay the same, or not to have one unless the only honest choice would have been to try to become this kinder version of myself without having to put another one on.the View is on X-rays, psychoanalysis, and the origins of modern surgeryIt’s about being a parent and being a child.Fiercely intelligent, brilliantly written and dotted with something close to forgiveness, it is a novel about how we see others and how to imagine ourselves.
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