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  • Diverse and delightful… These sharp little essays capture the wonder of things with photographic immediacy… This is an inspiring, surprising collection

    The Times
  • Brilliantly conveys the sense you get, as a prospective parent, that the world is brand new… It’s all beautifully done.

    William Leith, Evening Standard
  • In Autumn, a lyrical cabaret beside the grand opera of the My Struggle books, taboo memories and forbidden feelings disrupt the grown-up project of a compendium of fatherly wisdom... Autumn glows with a radiant attachment to 'the world, as it is'... From sunshine to head-lice, it celebrates the 'dizzying intensity of being'.

    The Economist
  • Quietly illuminates Knausgaard's profound gift for making the reader see the world in fresh and unpredictable ways.

    Stuart Evers, The Observer
  • This book is full of wonders… Loose teeth, chewing gum, it all becomes noble, almost holy, under Knausgaard’s patient, admiring gaze. The world feels repainted.

    Parul Sehgal, New York Times

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