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A Play on David Rakoff

A.M. Homes

‘He was rare and singular.’

His obituary described him as mordant and neurotic. I never thought of him as either – he was an inexorable blend of high and low; outraged and enthralled; rapt in wonder and horror. David found the humor in the tragic, and the tragedy in the banal. He was rare and singular; a Canadian and later a…

A.M. Homes

A.M. Homes’s most recent book is the novel May We Be Forgiven, winner of the 2013 Women’s Prize for Fiction. She teaches at Princeton University and lives in New York city.    

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