In what could be described as the introduction, Ann Michaels brings her wittiness into play and gives the readers a surreal background of the novel, stating the character's history and the idea of lost or hidden memoirs from war heroes.
Ann Michaels shows off her fancy language just mere sentences in the beginning of the book. Perhaps she is displaying her poetic abilities through Jakob, who is also a lover of language. So it would be of no surprise if Michaels would display such flowery and introspective language. The beginning brings the protagonist, Jakob Beer, running away from the Naz…
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