|„Gallant is a
writer that dazzles us with her command of the language, her innovative
use of narrative forms, the acuity of her intelligence, and the
incisiveness of her wit. Yet she also disconcerts us with her
insistence on the constrictions and limitations that dominate human
experience. She is a writer who must be savoured in small doses:
reading the entirety of her fiction can be like downing a bottle of the
S. viii, Janice Kulyk Keefer: Reading Mavis Gallant.
Toronto: Oxford UP, 1989.
anti-military to the bottom of my heart.“, S. 8
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