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Monday, Feb. 10, 2020
Carolyn Breedlove’s novel “Spitting on Hegel,” the literary prizewinner in Critical Mass 7 and the subject of an exhibition at Artspace Shreveport, is a book that unfolds in the gaps. What I mean is that it traces a life in suspension: between past and future, certainly, but also between its protagonist and herself.

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