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Book review: ‘Suppose a Sentence’ by Brian Dillon

Book review: ‘Suppose a Sentence’ by Brian Dillon

This looks interesting, and got me thinking about who turns the best sentences. Sebald? Nabokov? Austen? (There’s also a website in this idea, with a taxonomy of sentences.)

By Richard Carter. Originally published 06/05/21.

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