Tuesday June 2, 2020

Visceral magic from old eastern bloc

The Third Shore: Women’s Fiction From East Central Europe, edited by Agata Schwartz and Luise Von Flotow, Brandon, €15.

20th January, 2007

The Third Shore: Women’s Fiction From East Central Europe, edited by Agata Schwartz and Luise Von Flotow, Brandon, €15.

This collection of short stories is a treasure trove of quirky, funny, touching and insightful work by 25 women writers from18 countries in the former communist bloc. Flipped open to any page, it offers a window into unique worlds - some political, all intensely imaginative and often unexpectedly funny.

On the face of it, the...

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