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When it comes to love, the English language bears no shortage of cliches. Somewhere between “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” and “Love is blind” is the old chestnut “Love strikes when you least expect it.” Anyone who has tried to meet a sweetheart online knows that this adage can be more fiction than fact, but there are great rewards in the unexpected love story: spilled coffee in a crowded elevator, eyes meeting on the Metro, sheepish acknowledgment as two single parents pick up their kids on the first day of school.
Anticipation started pooling around David Mitchell’s magical new novel as soon as the title was revealed last year. Like Thomas Pynchon and Haruki Murakami — to whom he’s often compared — Mitchell excites his culty fan base into fits of rapture. One bookseller told me that a customer offered money to be allowed to sit in the store and read an advance copy of “The Bone Clocks.” Named a finalist for the Booker Prize more than a month before publication, the novel has finally descended incarnate from the mind of this divinely inventive author.
The writer known by that name has never been photographed or interviewed in person, but a collection of fiercely candid novels has earned her (him?) recognition as one of the keenest observers of Italian society. Three writers celebrate this talent.