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Lost in the fog: The Fell, by Sarah Moss, reviewed

11 December 2021

9:00 AM

11 December 2021

9:00 AM

The Fell Sarah Moss

Picador, pp.160, 14.99

Novelists are leery about letting the buzzwords of recent history into their books. The immediate past threatens to upstage the imagined world with its reality, and at the same time diminish it with the cardboard tang of everyday life. Sarah Moss, by contrast, has never been embarrassed to lend her prose the texture of contemporary conversation.

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