Re: The Spray

“The Spray,” by Jonathan Lethem explores the conceit of a spray that makes things you’ve lost visible. As the narrator and his wife, Addie, play with the spray, they tease each other. Then finally they spray each other–and reveal what probably should have stayed lost.

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Re: The Vision

While there isn’t even one impossible thing in “The Vision,” by Jonathan Lethem, it has plenty of strangeness to offer. It begins with the narrator, Joel Porush, invoking grade school kickball in all its nubbly red glory. In the midst of things is his classmate, Adam Cressner, who admires the Vision so much he wears […]

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Re: Girl In Landscape

Whether they admit or it not, everyone writes with all the other books and movies they have seen in mind and everyone reads with all the other books and movies they have seen in mind. And now we can throw games and comics into the mix. For example, Halting State won’t make a lot of […]

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