In Tristimania (Hamish Hamilton, 2016/Penguin 2017) Jay Griffiths recounts a year-long episode of manic depression. The narrative proceeds quickly, condensing a year’s time into a slim paperback and focusing on instances of particular violence, tempered with flashes of unexpected light and beauty: the fear and isolation in the quiet of night, but also the poetry, the stars.Read More
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