By Olga Grjasnowa,Eva Bacon
Set in Frankfurt, All Russians Love Birch Trees follows a tender immigrant named Masha. Fluent in 5 languages and ready to get by means of in different others, Masha lives together with her boyfriend, Elias. Her most sensible acquaintances are Muslims suffering to acquire place of abode allows, and her mom and dad infrequently go away the home other than to match gasoline costs. Masha has approximately accomplished her reviews to develop into an interpreter, whilst without notice Elias is hospitalized after a significant football damage and dies, forcing her to query a earlier that has haunted her for years.
Olga Grjasnowa has a special present for seeing the humorous part of even the main tragic events. With cool irony, her debut novel tells the tale of a headstrong younger girl for whom the difficulty of beginning and nationality is immaterial—her Jewish heritage has taught her she will continue to exist wherever. but Masha isn’t outfitted to house grief, and this all-too-normal shortcoming supplies a very bittersweet caliber to her adventures.
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All Russians Love Birch Trees by Olga Grjasnowa,Eva Bacon