This is fabulously written thoughtful, moral, wicked, insane and utterly reasonable And the translation is truly beautiful Highly recommended. Amazing EPub, Drive Your Plow Over The Bones Of The Dead Olga Tokarczuk Author Olga Tokarczuk This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Drive Your Plow Over The Bones Of The Dead Olga Tokarczuk, Essay By Olga Tokarczuk Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Janina Duszejko is elderly, lives a rather isolated life in a small rural community, looks after her neighbours vacant properties during the winter, loves her dogs, occasionally teaches English in the local school.Using frequent capitalisations to create a homely phraseology, Olga Tokarczuk describes Duszejko s way of life, her wry observations and musings on a wide variety of everyday issues, her deep convictions, for example on animal rights, her interest in astrology and William Blake, and her cynicism of human behaviour It s a charming engaging read.The interpretations and convictions of isolated individuals have validity, though they are dismissed as eccentric by conventional society For those who have the courage to pursue them to their logical conclusion, conflict with that society is inevitable. I loved this book The character of the protagonist is richly developed, the prose allows you to see, feel and hear the beauty and remoteness of Western Poland, and the storyline is unique I wasn t endeared to the aspects of astrology in the book, which drives the rating to a 4 vs a 5, but it does have its place and is relatively interesting A very good summer read. It s an strange title turns out to be a quote from William Blake of Tiger Tiger fame and initially that strangeness seems to permeate the book, but it turns out to be a fascinating well plotted story from a corner of the world eastern Poland I don t know much about Great translation This is a book that rewards a little persistence. A superb novel, told in the voice of an elderly, eccentric, animal rights toting woman who satirises hunters, pernicious minor politicians and hypocritical churchmen, while considering everything through her own astrological analyses Amusing, tense and telling.