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Daniel BlueThe Danish Girl aspires to be work of art. Ebershoff writes in a sensuous but unaffected style, as simple and rich as colors on a canvas. His characters move with formal solemnity, and there is design to their appearances, as though they took part in a dance. Einar changes into Lili, and Greta and Einar switch places artistically. New partners enter and replace one another, and a stately progress takes place, a flowing stasis which keeps the novel balanced and graceful.
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