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Colorado Review book review

Colorado Review

“There’s something of a valley girl Beowulf in this listing off—a counting of the spoils, a hoarding, a piling. Indeed, there’s something of Beowulf … to the book at large, a sense that our speaker is recounting an epic poem in the classical sense, a tale of great consequence, one that spans a lifetime,” writes Colorado Review of L.J. Sysko’s The Daughter of Man.

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