Book Review: On Jana Beňová's SEEING PEOPLE OFF

When a city is haunted and largely defined by its past, how does it affect its youngest generations? The answer to this question is teased through a maze of surreal detail and sophisticated prose in Seeing People Off, the English debut of Slovakian author Jana Beňová and winner of the European Union Prize for Literature. It was a great opportunity to review this thought-provoking novel for Southern Humanities Review

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