Great House - Nicole Krauss Reviews
Description:ISBN 0670919322 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Nicole Krauss / Hardcover / 304 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-03 by Viking
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by - written on 28/05/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Nicole Krauss' latest novel is all about a desk, or rather about all the various people who have possessed one very special and imposing desk. This particular desk has practically had a life of its own. From the library of a Jew in Hungary during the Nazi occupation or in the hands of a Chilean poet caught up in Pinochet's reign of terror. From the bright living room of a writer in New York, or in a dark London attic of a woman with an even darker secret, or closed up in Jerusalem as a relic of the past. And in all its incarnations, the people who have used it or lived with it have been affected by it. In a patchwork collection of times and places, Krauss brings the ... Read the complete review
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