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Lydia Davis' amusing, insightful stories address the estrangements of everyday life – and resist the hollowing of language

By Tamlyn Avery, Lecturer in American Studies, The University of Queensland
What does capitalism do to our ability to connect with other people? Lydia Davis’ stories suggest it hollows out our words – but that the exaltation of the ordinary can connect us.The Conversation

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