The House of the Deaf Man takes the reader on a tour of Slovak history from the 1930s to the 1990s. It is narrated by the doctor’s son, Adam, who comes to say goodbye to the house from which he has never managed to break free. He tells the story of a father-son relationship, and of surprising connections between the past and memory.
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More About This Title in the Press
- Review by Phil Clement in New Welsh Magazine, March 2015
- “Vanya Jones reviews Peter Krištúfek’s The House of the Deaf Man ” in Savage Journal, November 2014