January 01, 2016

Fiction, Ukraine and Civil War

The beauty of this book is not rooted in excellent turns of phrase, like

“Both of them felt like milk bottles in the hands of a good housewife, ringing with cleanliness after a good wash.”

“Everything incidental had drained from Olga’s face; all that was left was a sharp, naked beauty, and the illness itself.”

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