Wednesday April 8, 2020

Overpowering force of geography leaves reader feeling exhausted

{ "b" : "A Map Of Glass," , "cite" : "by Jane Urquhart, Bloomsbury, €16.05."}

5th November, 2005

{ "b" : "A Map Of Glass," , "cite" : "by Jane Urquhart, Bloomsbury, €16.05."}

“Sometimes human beings are confined by geography,” muses the main character Sylvia in Canadian author Jane Urquhart's sixth novel.

“And sometimes they are overwhelmed, destroyed by it.” And sometimes novels are too.

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