Siri Hustvedt, The Summer Without Men

On the experiences that influenced her new novel
In an interview with the New York Post, American writer Siri Husvedt talks about single life, mental illness and her new novel, The Summer Without Men: '"For about two and a half years I worked as a volunteer writing teacher in the psychiatric ward at Payne Whitney," says Hustvedt, "and so over that period I found myself very close to people suffering from all kinds of psychiatric disorders."' [Read More]

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