You And I, Alone in the Garden: A Review of Kjell Askildsen’s Selected Stories --- Adam Segal | Numéro Cinq
Where would I have gone? one character asks. Is this question meant to illustrate his entrapment? Where would I have gone: there’s nowhere else I can go. Or is it an expression of preference? We walk a line, always, between obligation and isolation. Can you make peace with what you owe to your partner? What do you mean when you tell her, where else would I have gone?
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