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Even more great press for Janet Malcolm’s Forty-One False Starts

The New York Times called Forty-One False Starts ‘a powerfully distinctive and very entertaining literary experience’.

Malcolm says, ‘I have never found anything any artist has said about his work interesting.’ I think I actually sighed with contentment when I read that sentence: finally, someone who gets it. The Chicago Tribune said Janet Malcolm is ‘a penetrating critic of personality and situation’.

The New York Observer also posted a rave, saying ‘her portraits of the storytellers, with their squirmy foibles and agendas, are glorious.’

Read more praise for Forty-One False Starts here and here. This collection can be found in all good bookshops and on our website.

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