erudition and literary excellence
Lidmila is one of the most erudite persons I've come across, speaking half a dozen languages and having lived in so many places. She applies this erudition - here, historical - in her literature so that she let's you plunge into the era she describes, with no 'phoneyness', as appears in so many other so-called historical romances, combining it with a poignant story.Read the story now
the harmony between place and time
Lidmila follows her path in excellence, and not only does she know her subject intrinsically, but she combines her knowledge and time lapses with literary excellence. Remember 'The drowning of a Goldfish"?
If not, reread it again in English or in French. She got the European Prize for it in France, in her own French version.
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