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For reasons unknown even to herself, Nadia gives the desk away with barely a second thought – perhaps only "because saying yes felt inevitable" – and almost immediately her life falls apart. The desk has come to be vitally important, if sometimes obliquely, to four different characters, who each tell their stories in portmanteau style. He rages against nearly everything, but particularly against his younger son Dov, who fled Israel and became a respected judge in the UK.

There are some imperfections – the unbalancing strength of Aaron's voice, for one – but these are overcome by restrained and powerful writing. One day, she receives a call from Leah Weisz, who says she's Daniel's daughter and inquires after the desk. There's an inevitable air of complaint about these facts, however sympathetically presented, the implication being that her ability to get books published has less to do with talent than with a particularly irritating streak of good luck.

In Jerusalem, an antiques dealer slowly reassembles his father’s study, plundered by the Nazis in Budapest in 1944. The narration is then taken over by Aaron, an elderly Israeli lawyer who's just lost his wife. The desk becomes a pawn in the struggle between father and daughter. And finally, another elderly man whose wife has died – is full of such doublings – tries to find out how his wife ended up with the desk in 1948 and why she gave it to Daniel Varsky two decades later.

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    Great House Krauss, Nicole

    Across the ocean, in the leafy suburbs of London, a man caring for his dying wife discovers, among her papers, a lock of hair that unravels a terrible secret. That fact will be irritating to some, but can't we just be happy about the appearance of a good book and try to resist the temptation to turn it off the box? © 2016 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. She meets him only once, but they bond over shared tastes in poetry – "Why is it that wherever a Chilean goes in the world, Neruda and his fucking seashells has already been there and set up a monopoly?" – and he leaves her his furniture, including the desk, to look after while he makes a brief trip back to Chile.

    Do we find it so often that we "turn it off the box when it happens to sit there"? Are good books likewise so common that we can afford to dismiss them if their writers aren't at least polite enough to be older than we are? If the book is good, so what? Krauss's last novel, , its serious, downbeat follow-up, is even better. Nicole Krauss's new novel is a smart and serious meditation on loss and memory. For twenty-five years, a reclusive American novelist has been writing at the desk she inherited from a young Chilean poet who disappeared at the hands of Pinochet’s secret police; one day a girl claiming to be the poet’s daughter arrives to take it away, sending the writer’s life reeling.

    There is a heartbreaking small scene, for example, where Izzy happens upon her mother, a clever woman whose upbringing didn't allow her to go to college, secretly reading Izzy's college course lists, her "lips moving soundlessly". But Dov has now resigned his job and returned home, though he is seemingly incapable of saying why. The other narrators tend to be tonally similar – withdrawn, calm, searching – so that Aaron's sections threaten to overshadow them, especially when, feeling his advancing age, he makes one final attempt to understand his unknowable son. It takes its title from a talmudic idea of Jerusalem after the Temple was destroyed by the Romans, a "great house" that was burned.

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