Tyler still capturing the quiet heroism of ordinary Americans

Tyler still capturing the quiet heroism of ordinary Americans
The plot of Anne Tyler’s new novel crosses generations and social demographics

Hiding within Clock Dance’s unchallenging story of intergenerational camaraderie, there’s a far weightier question: that of finding purpose in life

Fiction: Clock Dance, By Anne Tyler, Chatto & Windus, €17.50

Clock Dance is the 22nd novel from Anne Tyler, the highly acclaimed author of titles including The Accidental Tourist and Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant. It follows Willa Drake, a housewife turned language teacher, through the years 1967, during her childhood in an unstable home; 1977, when she marries and drops out of college; 1997, when she loses her husband in a car accident;...

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