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  • It's a novel that contrives to be, by turns, utopian and dystopian, an idyll and a nightmare... Every joint and sinew of the story is restless with a sense of threat

    London Review of Books
  • Brilliant in its sustainment of dread, in its peeling away of old layers of reality to expose a raw way of seeing and feeling. Doris Lessing once remarked that only a woman could have written this novel, and it's true... I've read The Wall three times already and am nowhere near finished

    Nicole Krauss
  • It makes you sick, because, if she wasn't a woman, everyone would be reading it, like Robinson Crusoe

    Sheila Heti, author of 'Motherhood' and 'Pure Colour'

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