Review of: Remaining Relevant after Communism: The Role of the Writer in Eastern Europe
Murder in Byzantium might disappoint the real aficionados of detective fiction, at least those who like their thrillers light and simple. Kristeva’s novel is anything but that. Part academic novel, part psychoanalytical treaty on childhood scars, part historical novel on the Crusades, part travel narrative, part political essay on the state of the world today, part philosophical meditation on identity, this is a rich and...
Recommended CitationKuhlman, Martha, "Review of: Remaining Relevant after Communism: The Role of the Writer in Eastern Europe " (2007). English and Cultural Studies Journal Articles. Paper 10.
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