Bessarabian Nights is the debut novel by Moldovan author Stela Brinzeanu, which explores economic migration, the East/West culture clash, the sexual exploitation of Eastern European women, and the role of outdated superstition in the lives of the protagonists.
‘She had returned.
The vivid colours of the grass, the sky and the pond, the strong smell of tree sap and fresh soil drew her in and she blissfully surrendered.’
'But the Count! Never did I imagine such wrath and fury, even to the demons of the pit. His eyes were positively blazing. The red light in them was lurid, as if the flames of hell fire blazed behind them.’
Each colour reference or piece of visual imagery in the novel has been tallied, graphed, and charted to make a unique signature for the book.
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