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Snow White and Russian Red

“Maslowska’s prose squeals with directionless drive, whizzing like a drug-induced sensory overload: disjointed, formless, unleashed… It tires and invigorates. It also introduces an otherworld of lasting, unusual imagery… Snow White and Russian Red scans like Kerouac’s Dharma Bums, an anarchic reaction to a generation of socially enforced post-war patriotism and…