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The Italian release of The Countess, LA CONTESSA NERA, continues to introduce me to fascinating new blog friends. Here's an interview I did this week with Andrea at le mele del Silenzio.
I only wish I could have answered him in Italian. Grazie!
Posted at 07:19 PM in Books, Weblogs | Permalink
how cool TLB! I love that Italian cover.
I was thinking about you this week b/c I was reading The Remains of the Day, and the narrator/voice really reminded me of The Countess. The way you had to read behind what he was saying, and take in other clues to put all the pieces together. And how deluded and kind of horrible he was but you still felt for him. Same as I felt you accomplished with The Countess!
Kathleen B |
March 10, 2011 at 11:41 PM
Thanks Kathleen! Yes, I love the Italian cover too. The Remains of the Day is another favorite of mine, and a book that had a big impact on my thinking through The Countess.
March 11, 2011 at 02:43 PM
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