The latest book review here on ReadySteadyBook comes from the pen of the excellent Dai Vaughan reviewing Don Delillo's Falling Man:

[P]ervasively in this book, commas are used not primarily to subdivide clauses in the interests of clarity but to put a brake upon the thought, to stall it, so that the sentences move forward in lurches like a car in the hands of a novice driver. We are trapped in Alzheimer’s territory. And it is frightening (more ...)

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