Siri Hustvedt

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Dec 2016

Nautilus

The Novelist and Critic Siri Hustvedt Raises an Eyebrow at Science

"What separates the sciences from the humanities? What unites them? And how can they each illuminate the nature of mind and self? These were some of the questions on Siri Hustvedt’s mind as she began her new book of essays, A Woman Looking At Men Looking At Women.

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Dec 2016

Chicago Tribune

Siri Hustvedt marries art and science in A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women

"Siri, the computer program that operates as an artificially intelligent personal assistant, appears to know the answers to everything. So seemingly, does the author Siri Hustvedt, or at least such is the impression given by her voluminous, humorous and wide-ranging new collection A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex and the Mind."

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Dec 2016

The Observer

The Observer: “Women as a Watched Species”

A short excerpt from the review by Elif Shafak of A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind for the British newspaper The Observer.

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Publishers Weekly

PW Picks: Books of the Week

Publishers Weekly includes A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind in their Books of the Week, December 5, 2016.

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Dec 2016

Powell's Books

Powell's Q&A: Siri Hustvedt

A Q&A between Siri Hustvedt and Powell's Books, an independent bookseller serving Portland, Oregon.

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Nov 2016

Financial Times

A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women - in praise of doubt”

Lara Feigel's review for the Financial Times. "According to the American novelist Siri Hustvedt, the likelihood of artists and scientists engaging in genuine conversation is now even smaller than it was when CP Snow delivered his lecture “The Two Cultures” in 1959."

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Dec 2016

Bustle.com

20 of the Most Important New Books of 2016

Bustle.com lists A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind Number 1 in its list of Most Important New Books Of 2016.