Siri Hustvedt marries art and science in A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women
Kathleen Rooney reviewing the book for the Chicago Tribune: "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. Unlike Apple's so-called knowledge navigator, though, Hustvedt doesn't just offer up information, although there's plenty of it here; she also delivers it to her audience with an invigorating blend of personality and imagination."
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