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Michelle Dean

  • Saying that you spend Christmas alone is, to most middle-class Americans, akin to confessing a terminal illness.

    • Michelle Dean
  • Vacation reading is not a new concept. Ever since the 19th centery, when novels were considered relatively sinful indulgences, leisure and fiction-reading have been closely associated.

    • Michelle Dean,
    • in The Guardian ()
  • After living in the United States for over 10 years, here is what I have learned about the Fourth of July: it is more of a barbecuing holiday than anything else.

    • Michelle Dean

Michelle Dean, Canadian journalist, critic

(1979)