War’s Scars Run Deep

Anuk Arudpragasam's A Passage North was reviewed in the New York Times.

” ‘A Passage North’ is full of melancholy, but because it takes love and desire as seriously as it does grief and loss, it avoids despair. Krishan is beset by guilt but he is also filled with yearning, in search of a pleasure ‘that drew the self more widely and vividly into the world.’ This novel offers that kind of pleasure.”

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