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  • Modiano’s crowning as the Nobel Prize-winner for Literature aptly sees its republication. And so it should

    Arifa Akbar, Independent
  • The most poignant, the strongest of all Patrick Modiano’s works. From a small ad found in a Paris newspaper in 1941, the writer embarks on the hunt for a young Jewish girl Dora Bruder, a runaway who has disappeared into the dark night of the Occupation. Through this investigation, Modiano looks for Dora, but for his own father as well, also hiding in the Paris of that time. Absolutely magnificent.

    Le Monde
  • An exceptional book

  • This book is both harrowing and admirable...quite simply shattering


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