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New York U. London: Visual Pantheon. The Lemon, Lee T. While she loves her daughter unconditionally, it seems like her life has become emptier ever since she decided to become a mother. The family starts to have greater problems with bugs in their apartment. Despite their best efforts, they are having trouble getting rid of them. After another year, the family is finally able to find a new apartment to move into. During this time though, the protagonist continues to think about all the other things that they could be doing to make their lives more exciting, clearly longing for something more.

The two attend therapy, but things are still rough.

The wife tries to confront the girl he was cheating with, realizing that her husband picked someone that looked like a younger version of her. The wife repeatedly contemplates divorce, and despite the best efforts of her husband, it is clear that their relationship is shattered.The couple eventually ends up moving in together, in a small apartment that has a problem with bugs and mice.

An account of matrimony and motherhood that breaks free of the all-too-limiting traditional stories of wives and mothers. This especially rings true: There are blowsy baroque behemoths that spill the entire contents of the fridge onto your reading table and let you do the cooking, and the clearing up afterwards too sometimes , and then there are the delicate offerings, the distilled essence from the alembic, an extract that carries, within a tiny drop, sweetness, tartness, acidity, all at once.

Apr 11, Michael Ferro rated it it was amazing. Admittedly, I'm a sucker for books - from Virginia Woolf's to Zadie Smith's - that try to capture the imagistic, non-chronological way people actually think.