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The New York Times Book Review"Every biography," Cohen reflects…"is a disappointment of some kind, premised on unbearable impasses and opacities, on the impossibility of bringing someone back to life, and on the paradoxes of representing, inhabiting and balancing the past and the present." But Cohen's own idiosyncratic hybrid doesn't disappoint. She builds a rich picture of a lost world—and three women who dared to inhabit it on their own terms.
—M. G. Lord