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Lucy EllmannSometimes art is just about art. Like Rodin's rough-hewn reminders of the bare block of stone, Tillman's convoluted sentence structure and other idiosyncrasies emphasize the writer's presence…Every book is an experiment. What emerges here is a bold showcase of a novel, a cabinet of curiosity, a proposal for what fiction could be—a statement of intent, perhaps, rather than a fully formed artifact.
—The New York Times