martes, 29 de octubre de 2013

Anna Märklin's Family Chronicles (Review)

Annna Märklin’s Family Chronicles by Dorte Hummelshoj Jacobsen
Review by Alex Canton-Dutari
I found that I enjoyed the descriptions that the author used in this interesting story. The use of words that had several meanings was amusing. For example, drawers also meant ladies underpants . I also liked the word burgled rather than burglarized Cowberry jam is cranberry jam. On another note, going back and forth in time was well handled and did not disrupt the flow of the story. And on the socio-psychological scope, Ms Jacobsen points out that most transvestites –cross-dressers in this case—are mostly heterosexual, a fact most people are not aware of.
This is a book I enjoyed very much.

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