Kenyon Review: Are we “missing” or misplaced?
“But King’s landscape is not Eliot’s. She is a poet of the postmodern, who writes, yes, about the missing, but what’s missing may simply be misplaced among the detritus of millennial clutter.”
Do we know what’s missing or misplaced? Are we the Missing Museum? Read the Kenyon Review’s intimate critique of “The Missing Museum” and the gems it extracted from their favorite pieces.
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