"Berrio’s style is minimalist and uncluttered, utilising a simple duotone palette. It’s a freshly different book and is as equally accessible to someone new to cartoons and comics and it is to the seasoned reader, not to mention that its size, presentation and agreeable tone would certainly make it a welcome gift now that the Christmas season is almost upon us."
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"The publication of Resurrection in English is not only timely, but also necessary for a thorough appreciation of Machado de Assis’s place in world literature."
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"Make no mistake: This is a Southern story, perhaps the most Southern of Osborn’s long career. Osborn is a child of Tennessee moved to Texas at age 12 (the book’s Marianne also makes that move but continues on to New Mexico). In three previous story collections, Osborn, former president of the Texas Institute of Letters, wrote alternately of cowboys and city dwellers. In two recently published novels, both polished over decades, she writes of youthful awakening in Galveston (“Uncertain Ground”) and a second youth for a retired professor in Austin (“Contrary People”). She has earned a place as one of Texas’ finest writers with prose that is precise and full of heart, and this book of Tennessee exemplifies that."
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