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From silence we have come, to silence we shall be

Erland Kiøsterud: Revelation

:… And only by silence can we be resurrected. 

Beyond the art room

: The novel can be a useful tool when we explore new ways of looking at art. 

A tear for Kurdistan

Sarah Omar: Dead washer

: The Death Washer is a well-written and painful novel that continues the debate about circumcision and violence against women – and it deserves all the awards it can get. 

The triumph of the cartoon characters

Salman Rushdie: The Golden House

: In his usual detailed style, Salman Rushdie examines what has gone wrong in the United States over the past nine years.

The fire at the end of the journey

Salman Rushdie: The Golden House

: Imaginative genre mix dominates Salman Rushdie's latest novel The Golden House.

A third-generation refugee returns home

Deborah Feldman: About Bitten

: Despite all the conflict-filled feelings towards the traces of Nazi Germany, it is in Berlin that American-Jewish Deborah Feldman feels at home for the first time.

The noble art of lying

Werner Sun: Where the storm sat

: In Werner Sonne's new political thriller, fake and facts merge into a higher and most frightening unit.

A hundred years of patience

Serjij Zjadan: Anarchy in the UKR

: Anarchy in The UKR takes the reader on a dreamy journey from the revolution in 1917 to the current conflict in Eastern Ukraine. 

Swedish states of mind

Johannes Anyuru: They will drown in the tears of their mothers

: Johannes Anyuru's virtuoso novel asks deeply unpleasant questions about the effects of the fight against terrorism.

Escape and love

Mohsin Hamid: Exit West

: «Location, location, location, say realtors. Geography is destiny, historians answer. " From Exit West

Out of the shade

: A General Theory of Oblivion sheds light on Angola's bloody history.