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Robert DraperThis fine, ambling novel ends with a tug of war between the spiritual we don’t altogether trust and the grind we’re somehow unable to resist. As Pierre has already observed, “everything that succeeds creates the conditions for its own demise. ... The only things that might last are things that make no difference.” Which is to say: drift rules, and nothing’s the matter with Iowa.
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