Sepia-toned Instagram feeds, vinyl collections, Polaroid cameras. These are the nostalgic trappings of so-called ‘millennials’, a generation obsessed with the past, moon-eyed for all things vintage. A generation’s preoccupation with bygone times is central to Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett’s debut novel, The Tyranny of Lost Things. Cosslett is a Guardian columnist and her debut novel—published by […]
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