Book Review: Love at Six Thousand Degrees by Maki Kashimada

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 If one has truly forgotten, if one’s memory is a blank canvas, from where comes that stubborn urge to paint over all traces of violence? From where arises that unconscious power of discernment that allows one not only to erase violence, but also to hide it from others? A Japanese housewife has a sudden vision of a mushroom cloud while cooking. She abruptly abandons her husband and child and flies to Nagasaki. There, she meets a young Japanese-Russian man and starts an affair wit...

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