Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
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"There's always the danger, with novels structures around a marriage, that they'll be perceived as centrally concerned not only with that particular relationship but with the nature of marriage itself."
"Formally, Lauren Groff's new novel, 'Fates and Furies' (Riverhead), resembles a bed that long marital use has unevenly depressed: it tells the story of an apparently successful marriage from two perspectives, the husband's and then the wife's, and it explores the fierce asymmetry of the two tellings."