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THE CONTROVERSIAL RACHEL CUSK

MOST DIVISIVE

A Life’s Work (2001)

Cusk’s elegy for her pre-motherhood self infuriates mothers and critics alike.

“This isn’t what it’s like to have a baby; it’s what

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