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Here’s the perfect back-to-school choice, though maybe not for kindergarteners or other first-timers who are up to their eyeballs in anxiety. Seasoned first- and second-graders swaggering back into familiar halls and classrooms will gleefully recognize the universal monsterhood of teachers everywhere, while seasoned teachers, equally gleefully, will recognize that awkward moment when a student discovers them doing something all-too-ordinary outside the classroom.
Perhaps the most poignant moment in “King Lear” occurs when Lear, on the cusp of losing his mind, cries out, “O, let me not be mad, not mad, sweet heaven; keep me in temper; I would not be mad!” Echoes of Lear’s terror resound through Matthew Thomas’s stunning first novel, “We Are Not Ourselves,” as one of the pivotal characters succumbs to the ravages of early-onset Alzheimer’s.