Do Not Say We Have Nothing: Madeleine Thien

“It was a time of chaos, of bombs and floods, when love songs streamed from the radios and wept down the streets. Music sustained weddings, births, rituals, work, marching, boredom, confrontation and death; music and stories, even in times like these, were a refuge, a passport, everywhere.” This novel is an encapsulation of the modern …

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