Review of The Opposite of Loneliness

the_opposite_of_loneliness_review_312_475Published posthumously, these stories and essays of a recent college graduate display fate’s betrayal of a promising literary future.

In 2012 Marina Keegan was a senior at Yale University, with a prestigious internship under her belt and a job waiting. Her writing had already been published in The New Yorker. But, five days after her graduation from Yale, a fatal car accident on Cape Cod changed the story of her promising future to one now told in the past tense. Keegan died at age 22.

 

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