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  • Tender and elegant

  • Unlike anything else in modern English Literature

    D.J. Taylor, Spectator
  • Carr's blessedly small tale of lost love is also a small hymn about art and the compensating joy of the artist, both in giving and receiving. It stays with us, too, and is oddly haunting

    New Yorker
  • Carr has the magic touch to re-enter the imagined past

    Penelope Fitzgerald

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