See Under Love


Author: David Grossman

‘Wickedly readable. It crackles with sparks of artistic invention. It tells its multiple tales of memory and suffering and degradation and courage with a Dostoyevskian compulsiveness. . . In a few nearly mythic books, such as Faulkner’s THE SOUND AND THE FURY, Gunter Grass’s THE TIN DRUM, Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE, large visions of history get….Read More

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