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"The novel is at its best when it evokes the family’s comfort, despite the upheavals, in sensual, timeless pleasures: vats hot with rose petals and lamb, 'the smell of jasmine and damp soil.'"

Newspaper, blog or website: The New Yorker
Date: Jan 9 2017
URL: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/09/toussaint-louverture-am-i-alone-here-the-gardens-of-consolation-and-the-revolutionaries-try-again

"The novel is at its best when it evokes the family’s comfort, despite the upheavals, in sensual, timeless pleasures: vats hot with rose petals and lamb, “the smell of jasmine and damp soil.”

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