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Stormy weather: Florida, by Lauren Groff, reviewed

9 June 2018

9:00 AM

9 June 2018

9:00 AM

Over the past decade Lauren Groff has written three novels; she now returns to the short story form in this, her second collection. Last year she was named as one of the best young American novelists by Granta, a reputation that’s been growing since the 2015 publication of her critically acclaimed Fates and Furies, a sprawling portrait of a marriage nominated by Barack Obama as his book of the year.

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