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"Like the sentences that Stewart analyses so meticulously, his own writing is at once precisely structured and poetically evocative. . . . His titular violenceis new in that it follows from the Romantic disillusionment identified by Georg Lukacs as the necessary state of the novel in its fall from epic fullness. Violence, in other words, is structured to the novel as a form."
— Carolyn Lesjak