Novelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty ImagesNovelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty Images
Novelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty Images

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In Yiyun Li’s Must I Go, an old woman tries to solve the unsolvable puzzle that is life

  • The narrator reckons with a former fling’s perception of her through the pages of his diary
  • In asking questions of human existence, she discovers that life ‘misses pieces and has useless extras’

Topic |   Chinese authors
Novelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty ImagesNovelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty Images
Novelist Yiyun Li. Photo: Getty Images
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