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Parade by Rachel Cusk review: a daring work of experimentation that strikes out against conformity

By Scarlett Baron, Associate Professor in Department of English, UCL
Rachel Cusk is an author some British reviewers love to hate. Take her new book for example, one reviewer at the Times derided the author as “one of our truly world-class misérables”, trivialising and reviling what she calls “a plotless, introspective book about how hard it is to be Rachel Cusk”.

Leaving aside the conflation of the author with her many different and notably self-effacing narrators, the reviewer’s impatience betrays a demand for ideological and formal…The Conversation

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