The Hard Crowd by Rachel Kushner, Read by the Author
Essays from the Celebrated Storyteller
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Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss Rachel Kushner’s essays, The Hard Crowd, which she narrates with an assured and practiced voice. An admired novelist, she’s a fine storyteller who uses pace well, and gives life to the many real-life characters who fill this audiobook. The collection includes personal profiles, creative nonfiction, literary analysis, and an ongoing immersion into herself. She also writes precise and thoughtful literary criticism, all narrated with a warm tone.
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