"Starred Review. This lucid new translation of a novel originally published in 1928 probes the timeless complications, betrayals, and fascinations wrought by love...this new edition of Climates marks a valuable reintroduction to a neglected master." -Publishers Weekly
"Stripped of its period shading, this is a sad and timeless tale of women on pedestals and the pain of loving not wisely, but too well." -Kirkus Reviews
"Climates...is orderly yet unsettling. It breathes an air that is profoundly civilized, but there is something violent and shattering about it, too. 'Even when it's mutual, love is terrible,' says Philippe. It is terrible simply to be humanand there can be no subject more interesting to write about, or more beautiful, than that." -The New Yorker
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