In her new essay collection “Living, Thinking, Looking,’’ Siri Hustvedt explores what she calls “the problem of the between.” She probes those liminal spaces where mind cannot be separated from body, where art and science touch, where to live, to think, and to look are all part of one endlessly shifting, endlessly fascinating activity.
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