LA Times Reviews The Girl Who Kicked The Hornest’s Nest

The LA Times reviews Larsson’s latest book, which came out a while ago in French, but will be soon released in English.

Simply put, Salander is a deeply radicalized feminist, portrayed in a manner designed to test the sympathies of a largely liberal-minded audience, the attention of which is diverted by the blur of his books’ nonstop action. Implicitly, Larsson asks us whether the understanding we normally, casually extend to the principles Salander acts upon can also extend to a character who so heedlessly exemplifies them.


2 responses to “LA Times Reviews The Girl Who Kicked The Hornest’s Nest”

  1. Vincent Avatar

    Il avait un bon article dans le nyt sur larsson il y a quelques jours.
    J’ai tjrs rien lu de lui mais la curiosité a été piquée au vif.

  2. range Avatar

    Quand je suis retourné au Québec pour les études en 2008-2009, je voyais les livres de Larsson partout. Je les ai lu en quelques jours quand je les ai achetés. Ils sont vraiment bons.

    L’article ds le NYT était bon aussi. J’en parle ici:

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