Staff Picks: Calypso

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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Full of the same odd humour, self-deprecating explorations of his neurosis, and sharp observations

Calypso has Sedaris ruminating on aging, families changing, and his own mortality. Full of the same odd humour, self-deprecating explorations of his neurosis, and sharp observations that have built his previous work. Calypso is by no means dark but it does touch more on some of the serious sides of life as Sedaris finds himself in middle age and his father’s health starting to fail. I enjoyed it and as always look forward to his next  (Submitted by Shawn)

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