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Hadley organized her book into three parts: “The Present,” “The Past” and “The Present.” Because, you see, past is prologue, and all that.

Tripping on time and family ties in Tessa Hadley’s latest novel

January 27th, 2016

Hadley organized her book into three parts: “The Present,” “The Past” and “The Present.” Because, you see, past is prologue, and all that.

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