The Toronto Review of Books Shouts Out to Sina Queyras
The newly launched Toronto Review of Books has good things to say about poet Sina Queyras's debut novel, Autobiography of Childhood, a book that acquaints its readers with the strange, ghostly presence of childhood in its characters' adult lives.
'As the book’s title suggests, childhood becomes an embodied force in this narrative that asks what is real. In this forceful presence we feel the impact of childhood’s proximity, overhear its voice, or glimpse its spectral body hovering in a corner.'
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