“It’s one of those books that enriches your idea of what literature can do. It’s a really brilliant work. The rhythm of both the ideas in play and the words is incredibly seductive…It’s this notion of what you do with memory. It discusses an incredibly important 60 years and is a very important record of the female experience across those six decades. I think it does an extraordinary job as a record of the shared experience over those years. It’s also hugely, hugely enjoyable.” Read more...
The Best Novels in Translation: the 2019 Booker International Prize