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Nathan Hill

His The Nix is the season’s splashiest debut novel.

BORIS KACHKA

COINCIDING WITH the weirdest election in living memory is this fall’s most ambitious first-time literary effort, The Nix. Forty-year-old Nathan Hill’s whirligig of personal and political history, out August 30, spins around an estranged mother and son whose lives intersect with two convention protests: the Chicago Democratic

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New York Magazine 09/04/16

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