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Pamela PaulIt's nice to travel with a novelist: Goldberg's language is lush and evocative without sinking into dense or mannered descriptions. Better still, Goldberg was one of those post-collegiate Prague expatriates so prevalent in the early 1990's, so she retains a rusty grasp of the language and remembers the city's more obscure attractions. In Prague, she points out, ''for every designated spectacle there are at least three that have gone unmarked and unsung.'' Her forays into the Czech National Library and Vysehrad Cemetery, Prague's Pere Lachaise, make even those who have spent time in the city pine for a return ticket.
— The New York Times