A book causes a sensation; a new genre is invented: the meta-novel.
Love stories and travel logs, reflections on photography, memory and trauma are merged into an exciting essayistic narrative in Maria Stepanova’s novel Post-Memory. At the center of the story is a diverse Jewish-Russian-European family of doctors, architects, librarians, accountants and engineers who wanted to lead a quiet, unspectacular life in uncivilized and violent times.
Maria Stepanova, born in in Moscow in 1972, is a poet, essayist and journalist and one of the most prominent figures of contemporary Russian literature.
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