The Lair - The Margellos World Republic of Letters by Norman Manea
Norman Manea, the most famous contemporary Roman author, has twice escaped the grip of autocratic regimes. Is not strange in exile, he draws its complexities and vibrations in this exceptionally…
The Lair synopsis
Norman Manea, the most famous contemporary Roman author, has twice escaped the grip of autocratic regimes. Is not strange in exile, he draws its complexities and vibrations in this exceptionally convincing novel, The Lair.
Exile in the motherland and away from it is the common plight of its heroes. Anywhere in the home, move through their lives in an unceasing quest for national and individual identity.
The characters of Germany are looking for a place and a voice in America, only to discover that it is impossible to break the shackles of nationalist, authoritarian and nationalist ideologies.
Manea's themes and approaches are complex: his style of correspondence fluctuates with the instability of his characters' lives, and his story is encapsulated in a complex web of hints and paradoxes.
However, in the midst of the dominant novelists, the author establishes intersections and reveals cosmology. Through a combination of permanent strangers, provides an influential assessment of individual conflicts in the age of globalization.
Highly unmatched writing and unique sensitivity to human Takagecomedia.
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