A haunting delve into the nature of sorrow and loss in post-war Europe. Has been hailed as a "sweeping, elegiac piece told tautly by turns, tenderly by others" and "a rare glimpse, a symphonic vignette that perfectly encapsulates the austere heartbreak of the turn of the century".
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almanac of girlswampwar territory & the _girls who swim as fertilizer through the warm soil cloaking the roots of the glorious tree of eugenics (giving birth to a black hole in a walmart parking lot at 1am)