12 November 2002 The members of a raucous extended Russian family trade witticisms, fall in and out of love with the wrong people and try-with mixed success-to make important decisions in this wry second novel by the author of The Funeral Party. At the center is the elderly Medea Mendez, the matriarch and “last remaining […]

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