Carsten Hueck discusses Wellenschläge, the German edition of Anne Landsman's novel The Rowing Lesson on radio program, "Deutschlandradio Kultur."
Straight from the sinuous opening something dramatic, malign and deliberate seems on the cards.
The Rowing Lesson is both innovative and unusually intense.
Anne Landsman's The Rowing Lesson dissects the fraught relationship between a father and daughter, says Lara Feigel.
The protagonist of this viscerally appealing novel sits at her father's deathbed and imagines her way into his experience as a South African Jew.
At her father's deathbed, a woman imagines her way into his experience.
The unfolding of time and relationships in death.
Landsman's lyrical novel is a tribute to family ties.