Review: THE CLEFT by Doris Lessing

Women and Children First

by Geraldine Bedell for Guardian Unlimited Books (Jan. 7, 2007)

“Doris Lessing has always been a novelist enthralled as much by ideas as people and, in her latest book, she more or less does away with people altogether. To be strictly accurate, her latest book is set among a race of pre-people, as they emerge fumblingly into what we might think of as people-hood.”

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Published in: on January 9, 2007 at 12:04 pm  Leave a Comment  

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