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In The River Midnight , a bestseller that earned worldwide raves, Nattel constructed the fictional Polish shtetl of Blaszka, complete with Chagall-like renderings of sages, peddlers, poets and the strong women who held it all together. The Singing Fire , similarly richly detailed, is set in the Jewish ghetto of late Victorian London and relates the story of two very different Jewish immigrant women from Poland. This time out, Nattel tries something quite different. For one, Web of Angels Knopf Canada is contemporary, set in an Annex-like Toronto neighbourhood where Nattel still lives , and portrays a typically Canadian, multicultural family. It takes up a potentially tricky subject, but leavened with love and wisdom, the result is a daring, textured book that celebrates not just feminine strength but the human spirit. I needed to get back to writing.
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Multiple facets of character have long fascinated us in literature. It frightens and intrigues us because it examines what happens when we lose control of part of ourselves. It touches something we can all imagine, because we know different versions of ourselves exist. On a small level, I might be annoyed with my yesterday-self for rowing with my best friend and leaving today-me to apologise. I might be furious with last-month-me for not studying hard enough, leaving this-month-me having to cram for an exam. This idea inspired my book More of Me , in which Teva lives with many younger versions of herself, as well as the very real danger that a new version will come along and take over her life.
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