Adelle Waldman, Love, Actually

Love, Actually: Adelle Waldman's Brilliant Debut : The New Yorker: " . . .The satisfaction of artistic creation, or of any meaningful work that occupies a good share of space in one’s mind, Waldman suggests, is an antidote to romantic travails, a way of mastering them. In writing a character like Nate into being—a character, it should be said, who resembles the protagonists of several novels by Waldman’s male contemporaries—Waldman has done the sad young literary man one better. Hers is the superior novel."

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