Review: Heidi Julavits’s THE USES OF ENCHANTMENT

High School Girl Abducted in A Freudian Hall of Mirrors
by Janet Maslin for NY Times Books.

“A high school girl in knee socks crosses a hockey field, swinging the skirt of her school uniform “so that the rear knife pleats snapped back and forth like a school of fish when she walked.” This image is so beautifully wrought — so precise, erotic and mysterious — that it promises that Heidi Julavits’s third novel, “The Uses of Enchantment,” will live up to its name.”

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