Andi Lit Reviews Reqiuem


Andi Lit reviews Teresa Carmody’s Requiem. Andi calls it “a gritty, compassionate portrait of life in Michigan,” then goes on to state:

In the extended essay “Hurrah, Hurrah,” which I had the esteemed privilege of reading in a workshop several years ago, Carmody paints each of her siblings with a brush of their own voices, using a Faulkerian structure to pull together a massive mural of life in a family where the language of Christian religion is so present that it infuses the sentences in their minds.

Read the complete review at Andi Lit.

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