By Silvia Stolzenburg
With her edition of Shakespeare's “Othello” Silvia Stolzenburg demonstrates once more how she is ready to breathe existence into old fabric. via taking a look at the characters from a distinct viewpoint, they turn into alive during this novel. The authoress skilfully combines the tragedy of the tale with a moment narrative thread which completes the image of the time provided and transports the reader again into Sultan Selim II's court docket. stress and emotion lie on the middle of this ancient novel.
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Daughters of Venice by Silvia Stolzenburg