Review of The Evolutionary Revolution

Ryan Smith of white walls / black ink reviews Lily Hoang’s The Evolutionary Revolution, calling the book “certainly worth your pennies, and more importantly your time.” Smith continues:

To me, the most enjoyable element in The Evolutionary Revolution is the constant, open-ended criticisms of memory and nostalgia, the way we (as a person, as a society, as a culture, as a nation, etc.) look backward and interpret not only the past as it stands objectively, but how we even deal with the act of remembering itself, how we question or do not question ‘facts’ and other types of cultural givens that affect how we interact and behave.

Read the full review at white walls / black ink.

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