Attrib and Other Stories by Eley Williams

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Fiddling with words, as if playing with them were all that mattered, her characters draw time to a standstill – then they stop, suddenly, blinking and thrilled. It’s beautiful, the way they get lost.
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With affectionate, irreverent and playful prose, the inability to communicate exactly what we mean dominates this bold new collection from one of Britain's unique and most original new writers.
 

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Published March 6, 2017 by Influx Press. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Cal Revely-Calder on Apr 01 2017

Fiddling with words, as if playing with them were all that mattered, her characters draw time to a standstill – then they stop, suddenly, blinking and thrilled. It’s beautiful, the way they get lost.

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