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In ‘Pew,’ a Mysterious Stranger Tests a Small Town’s Tolerance (www.nytimes.com)

The genderless, racially ambiguous and seemingly mute narrator of Catherine Lacey’s third novel makes the people of a Southern town nervous.

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