Review: Michael Idov on Ukrainian novelist Serhiy Zhadan
A straight-up war novel from the middle of today’s Europe may seem like a postmodern proposition at heart, but in the case of Ukraine it’s plain realism. The country has been embroiled in bloody conflict since 2014, when Russia annexed a part of its territory and fostered (when not outright providing) separatist forces throughout its east. With The Orph…
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