REVIEW: Rein Raud’s THE RECONSTRUCTION in the Complete Review

“Perhaps most appealing about the novel is the incidental color, the glimpses especially of Soviet times and the effects of local conditions on the characters, as well as then attitudes in the new times. Secondary characters like Enn’s former sister-in-law, and the man she was married to — and then what’s become of her — make for interesting side-stories — relevant also to Anni’s but also simply interesting on their own.”

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