Snow Country: Faulks focuses on hope and romance in the pause between Europe’s traumatic war years

In the second book of a loose trilogy covering the first half of the 20th century, Sebastian Faulks returns to an Austrian sanatorium after WWI where the ideas of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud mingle with the realities of the deaths of millions of men

10th October, 2021
Snow Country: Faulks focuses on hope and romance in the pause between Europe’s traumatic war years
Sebastian Faulks: in Snow Country, the second in a loose trilogy that’s set to span the first half of the 20th century, the novelist returns to the Austrian sanatorium that featured in a much earlier novel Human Traces. Picture: Shutterstock

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Snow Country

By Sebastian Faulks

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