Category Archives: Magdalena Tulli

The Best of 2016!

2016 was a rough year in so many ways, but at least I was able to comfort myself with some outstanding books.  The best of these of course, were reviewed on the blog and, after careful deliberation, I think I … Continue reading

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Mid-Year Round Up

It’s been a busy six months at Shoshi’s Book Blog, as I’ve tried to navigate reading without an all consuming Russian Literature project but with ambitions to: a. Read more recently published novels b. Read more books in translation/from around … Continue reading

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What makes a world: ‘Dreams and Stones’ by Magdalena Tulli (2004)

Personally, I do try to read as widely as I can, but I must confess to certain prejudices.  As mentioned before on this blog, I’m an unashamed city-girl.  For me, the countryside is a nice place to visit, but I’d … Continue reading

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