Review: Àlvaro Enrigue on Samanta Schweblin
Samanta Schweblin’s Little Eyes—translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell—tells interlaced stories in which toys named “kentukis” engage with humans in different households. These kentukis are fussy, purring, tender-eyed robots, controlled by an anonymous random person who bought a card and a tablet elsewhere on the globe in order to live vicariousl…
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