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In the Irish writer Sebastian Barry's new novel Annie Dunne, human beings remain a mystery to each other even when they share a life, a home, even a bed.
Lennon's Brodkeyesque sensual memory, his artful wordplay and the many startlingly hilarious moments of sweetness—respites from Albert's often bleak adventures—make Lennon's novel both intricate and mesmerizing.
Emma Carpenter is as much trouble as she is a joy. But when she finally leaves her lover, an urbane professor of French literature, he's stunned.