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Less, by Andrew Sean Greer, reviewed

30 June 2018

9:00 AM

30 June 2018

9:00 AM

For someone who is only 47 and has won a Pulitzer Prize, Andrew Sean Greer certainly knows how to get inside the head of someone who is 50 and hasn’t. Less is, among other things, a novel about the aches and pains of midlife, real and imagined; its hero, Arthur Less, turns 50 in the course of the book.

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