The Voice that Was Already There
Ruth Ozeki investigates truth in fiction
By Nora Hickey
Ruth Ozeki can lay down a prescient vision of the world. She can weave disparate facts, languages and people into a story that is both time-bound and timeless.
The Art of Losing
Review by Christopher C. Guider
A historical account of late 19th-century ballooning by a master novelist turns out to be a moving extended metaphor for grief.
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