Elegiac elegance

A profile of celebrated Dutch writer Anna Enquist.

June 22, 2017 20:25
Anna Enquist

Anna Enquist. (photo credit: BERT NIENHUIS)


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Reading Anna Enquist’s novels is a powerful, demanding and enriching experience.

The celebrated Dutch writer was here recently to give a lecture about her fifth novel, Contrapunt (Counterpoint), at Tel Aviv University, and to meet some of the leading members of our own literary crowd, such as Dorit Rabinyan, author of the 2014 controversial novel All The Rivers.


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