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HANNIBAL AND THE MASKED GIRL

“Hannibal and the Masked Girl has a strong story line, an urgent ticking-clock suspense, and a deeply engaging cast of characters, who can be both wittily entertaining and deeply moving. The novel is about art and an artist, yes, but it’s also about much more – the misprision between men and women, the deeply questionable state of the culture in general, the pain and violence in the world, the forces of oppression and terror behind them, the search for meaning through politics or religion, and the contending pressures of the desire for life and the draw into death. With timely relevance, this novel’s sharp, elliptical prose also offers an insightful contribution to the critical evaluation of the Blair legacy.” Lindsay Clarke

Hannibal, Stanislaw Frenkiel, 1969

Hannibal, Stanislaw Frenkiel, 1969

The Masked Girl, Stanislaw Frenkiel, 1983

The Masked Girl, Stanislaw Frenkiel, 1983

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