Monthly Archives: June 2019

“Freedom” by Rachel Cusk * c. 2018 (pages 170-184 in The Pushcart Prize XLII–originally published in The Paris Review)

Quiet and profound, this story is set during a single salon visit. In it, Cusk expertly explores issues of authenticity, aging, and loneliness. Sentences Worth Studying “It was growing dark outside, and the rain against the salon’s big windows looked … Continue reading

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