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Nina Schuyler's Reviews

Reviews of Nina’s Work

The Translator
Jul.21.2013
Published by San Francisco Chronicle
'The Translator,' by Nina Schuyler Sylvia Brownrigg The Translator, by Nina Schuyler (Pegasus; 352 pages; $25) The most affecting transformations in a novel are surely of...
The Painting
Nov.26.2004
Published by Rocky Mountain News
Best Reason to Read: For Schuyler's stylistic versatility. The author's richly imagined Japanese sections resemble Japanese art with their delicate strokes and her darker...
The Painting
Oct.24.2004
Published by The San Francisco Chronicle
According to the tenets of Buddhism, life is suffering, and suffering arises inexorably from desire, from the act of wanting. In Nina Schuyler's meditative first novel, "The...

Reviews by Nina

Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge
15.Oct.2013
Nina Schuyler reviews
by peter-orner
“Even the smallest thing has something in it which is unknown,” wrote Gustave Flaubert in a letter to Guy de Maupassant. It’s...
The Painting
17.Dec.2007
Nina Schuyler reviews
by nina-schuyler
**A finalist for the 24th Annual Northern California Book Award** Praise for The Painting “Nina Schuyler is one of those writers...