"Greece wounds me"
From the June, 2012 issue
Ann Arborite Natalie Bakopoulos has done some wonderfully unexpected things in her debut novel, The Green Shore. In addition to the textured family drama we might expect in a first novel, she has taken on much larger themes of history and politics, the kinds American novelists often avoid or treat with a boring lack of subtlety. Bakopoulos has handled
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