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From: New Statesman[(review date 6 September 2004) In the following review of The Zigzag Way, Messud expresses disappointment with the novel's thin characterization, citing the country of Mexico as its most fully realized subject.] Anita...
From: Booklist[(review date 1 October 2004) Below, Seaman considers The Zigzag Way as an excellent distillation of the history of cultural conflict in Mexico in its depiction of the mining of the Sierra Madre.] Cultural collisions...
From: New Leader[(essay date November-December 2004) In the following essay, Allen praises The Zigzag Way as an evocative journey into the past offering spiritual guidance.] Anita Desai's new novel, The Zigzag Way, is concerned with...
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