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This review is from: The Beautiful Mrs. Seidenman (Hardcover)
Beautifully written. Each chapter introduces a different aspect of the same story. We hear the characters' internal contemplation on existence, death and time making it an intensely personalised view of Warsaw in 1940s. The narrative moves omnipotently forward and backward through time, making comparisons between this story and later 20th century tragedies leaning the book a real sense of lose and poignancy.