1. Sasha Frere-Jones on Elaine Dundy’s Writing

    Dundy’s sentences are rhythmically subtle and easily devoured. It is not a bad thing to be reminded that your postcollege years can be infinitely ill-considered without doing too much damage.

    The New Yorker's music critic Sasha Frere-Jones, in The Paris Review's blog, talks about the books that focus “purely on that new onset of confusion immediately after leaving the comforts of academia” in After College: Getting Undepressed

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