The Funeral Party By Shacheglova

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It is not surprising that one such reconciliation between old foes is that Jew and Christian. Ludmila Ulitskaya herself is of Jewish decent but practicing Greek Orthodoxy. She also seems to belief that respect for differences can lead to a healing of historical wounds.5 That being said Evgenia Shacheglova has also stated that Ulitskaya work is all entirely permeated with Judaism. On this I cannot comment in full, but I can attest that this novel certainly follows that statement.6 The Funeral Party is an elaborate plot depicting the need and results of tolerance. These are common themes of Ulitskaya and are echoed in Daniel Stein, another one of her workd. Shcheglova has also critiqued Ulitskaya for the manner in which she presents tolerance.
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