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A young woman shimmers up out of a desert full of hungry reptiles and survivalists--a place of bad premonitions and un-American, unaccidental deaths.
One rarely gets to see either artist's work in the flesh--and it's precisely the flesh of the objects that got me, their rough, casual, but unaccidental constructions, sexy colors, beaten-up materials (scrap linen, visible glue).
The analogy is entirely unaccidental: at one point Wade passes out after a drunken spree, "toppl[ing] over slowly, a bit at a time like a rotten tree giving way, until the whiskey lay spilling between his legs" (p.
Thus, their hand is stayed not by any appreciation for the accidental nature of defection but by an appreciation for just how unaccidental it is.(48)