A powerful novel of love and loss and the reverberating effects of historical atrocities on our children, Great House by Nicole Krauss is a testimony to the relentless grip of memory on our present.
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Krauss does not share, for instance, Jonathan Franzen's preoccupation with an accretion of detail in the service of social commentary; if anything, she is the antithesis of Franzen.
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