|Reviews for Asada Sits Beneath A Tree|
| Radio Saturday chapter 1 . 8/8/2006
This is really nice. I liked the way the character is created almost instantly - the narrator seemed quite Dostoyevskian to me, but I'm in the middle of watching a film of "Crime and Punishment" and have it on the brain. I thought that the thought processes of the narrator were quite true to life.
However, it felt to me more like a prose poem, simply because of the sentence contruction. Have you given this form a try, ever? You may find that it suits you.
Also, thanks for the review. There's a reason you're not getting much about Hansette, trust me. I understand you study Ancient art? Which civilization are you specializing in?