Saturday, February 13, 2016

"Owls Do Cry remains innovative and relevant"

The Guardian

"The modernist masterpiece about siblings struggling with money, health and grief still has the power to unnerve and astonish nearly 60 years after it was first published"

~ The Guardian reviews Janet Frame's Owls Do Cry, February 2016.

"While a strong reflection of the time at which it was written, Owls Do Cry remains innovative and relevant. Frame’s idiosyncratic and startlingly visual style means that the book’s immense power to unnerve, astonish and impress endures."

~ Claire Hazelton


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