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The Grass Hotel (Craig Sherborne, Text)

A woman suffering from dementia speaks to her son in her own idiosyncratic, damaged voice—her ‘wiring’ is gone. The mother-narrator's son is introverted and perhaps on the autism spectrum: he doesn't like being hugged, was ‘born numb’ and doesn't make friends. As a child he self-harmed with a pocket knife....

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Category: Reviews