978-1-56947-351-1 / 9781569473511

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"The ordeal of Hungarian Jewry during WWII, survivor guilt, and the unbridgeable distances between people yearning to connect-these are the major motifs sounded in this brisk, elegiac second U.S. appearance by the Dutch author of The Twins. . . . A consummate dramatization of the impenetrable mysteriousness of other people's lives: convincing proof that de Loo is one of Europe's most accomplished novelists."-Kirkus Reviews, starred

"Fascinating. . . . Yet another way to understand the effects of war, the tangled, muddled absurdity of it, how its traces remain in the blood for generations."-Los Angeles Times

Tessa de Loo was born in the Netherlands and writes in Dutch. She lives in Portugal and Paris.

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