Reviews

  • All Nemirovsky's talent is apparent in her first novel: her pitiless gaze and her generous heart ... Suite Francaise may take the crown, but her other works confirm that she was not simply the chronicler of June 1940, but a writer with a very broad canvas who has finally found her place in the history of literature.

    Lire
  • A beautiful writer - lucid, bright ... She misses nothing.

    The Times
  • Like Chekhov, she observes and powerfully expresses the detail that fixes the scene.

    Guardian
  • A novelist of the very first order, perceptive to a fault and sly in her emotional restraint.

    Evening Standard

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