XII Berlin, Germany, 2009

Since the publication of Sofi’s ‘Purge’, it has continued to surprise me how critics from many different countries have presumed that the ideas and dialogues in the novel only really concern people from the other side of the Iron Curtain.

            In today’s society we see challenges, which if left unchecked have the potential to create resentments in communities both at home and in the workplace. The choices of Aliide are the moral choices we all may have to make one day.

            In extreme circumstances would we choose any differently ourselves?

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