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Foreign Bodies (Cód: 9203387)

Ozick, Cynthia

Mariner Books

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'An absorbing achievement ... A nimble, entertaining literary homage, but it is also, chillingly, what James would have called 'the real thing.''--'New York Times Book Review'Cynthia Ozick is a literary treasure. In her sixth novel, she retraces Henry James's 'The Ambassadors' and delivers a brilliant, utterly new American classic.At the center of the story is Bea Nightingale, a fiftyish divorced schoolteacher whose life has been on hold during the many years since her brief marriage. When her estranged, difficult brother asks her to travel to Europe to retrieve a nephew she barely knows, she becomes entangled in the lives of his family. Over the course of a few months she travels from New York to Paris to Hollywood, aiding and abetting her nephew and niece while waging a war of letters with her brother, and finally facing her ex-husband to shake off his lingering sneers from decades past. As she inadvertently wreaks havoc in their lives, every one of them is irrevocably changed. 'Raucous, funny, ferocious, and tragic. A literary master, as James was, Ozick makes all those qualities fit together seamlessly, and with heartbreaking effect.'--'Philadelphia Inquirer' 'Dazzling, even masterful.'--'Entertainment Weekly' Cynthia Ozick is the author of numerous acclaimed works of fiction and nonfiction. She is a recipient of the National Book Critics Circle Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the Man Booker International Prize. Her stories have won four O. Henry first prizes. An absorbing achievement . . . A nimble, entertaining literary homage, but it is also, chillingly, what James would have called the real thing. 'New York Times Book Review' Cynthia Ozick is a literary treasure. In her sixth novel, she retraces Henry James s 'The Ambassadors' and delivers a brilliant, utterly new American classic. At the center of the story is Bea Nightingale, a fiftyish divorced schoolteacher whose life has been on hold during the many years since her brief marriage. When her estranged, difficult brother asks her to travel to Europe to retrieve a nephew she barely knows, she becomes entangled in the lives of his family. Over the course of a few months she travels from New York to Paris to Hollywood, aiding and abetting her nephew and niece while waging a war of letters with her brother, and finally facing her ex-husband to shake off his lingering sneers from decades past. As she inadvertently wreaks havoc in their lives, every one of them is irrevocably changed. Raucous, funny, ferocious, and tragic. A literary master, as James was, Ozick makes all those qualities fit together seamlessly, and with heartbreaking effect. 'Philadelphia Inquirer' Dazzling, even masterful. 'Entertainment Weekly' '

Características

Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Mariner Books
Cód. Barras 9780547577494
Altura 20.35 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780547577494
Profundidade 1.65 cm
Referência 016005094
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2011
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 255
Peso 0.25 Kg
Largura 13.46 cm
AutorOzick, Cynthia

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