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Peripathetic: Notes on (un)belonging (Cher Tan, NewSouth)

The nine essays in this collection, Peripathetic by Melbourne-based Cher Tan, use the form’s digressive capacity well. In elastic prose informed by wide reading, Tan heads down wordy, winding rabbit holes, exploring such issues as the ubiquity of English in the internet age, the wonders and perils of identity creation,...

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