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Rodin's Debutante (Cód: 9203368)

Just, Ward

Mariner Books

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'An achievement . . . [that] fuses the romanticism of the early Kerouac and his mentor, Thomas Wolfe, with the wry humor of Richard Yates.'--'New York Times Book Review' Tommy Ogden, an outsized character holding court in his mansion outside robber-baron-era Chicago, declines to give his wife the money to commission a bust of herself from the French master Auguste Rodin, and instead announces his intention to endow a boys' school. His decision reverberates years later in the life of Lee Goodell, whose coming of age is at the heart of Ward Just's emotionally potent novel. Lee's life in the small town of New Jesper, Illinois, is irrevocably changed by the rape of one of his high school classmates. His father, a local judge and a member of 'the Committee' of civic leaders that runs the town, votes to suppress the crime in the name of protecting their community. His mother responds by forcing a move to Chicago's North Shore, where Lee enrolls in the private Ogden Hall School for Boys. Both the crime and the school come to profoundly shape Lee's knowledge of how the world works. Years later, Lee meets his victimized classmate. Their charged encounter is a confirmation of his understanding that how and what we remember lies at the heart of life. 'Sharply observant, pragmatic, mordantly funny, and stubbornly romantic, Ward Just is a spellbinding storyteller . . . 'Rodin's Debutante' is a powerful tale of daunting revelations and determined self-expression.'--Donna Seaman, WBEZ, Chicago Public Radio 'An understated and delicate offering by a master.'--'Kirkus Reviews' WARD JUST's sixteen previous novels include 'Exiles in the Garden,' 'Forgetfulness,' the National Book Award-finalist 'Echo House,' 'A Dangerous Friend,' winner of the Cooper Prize for fiction from the Society of American Historians, and 'An Unfinished Season,' winner of the Chicago Tribune Heartland Award and a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize. An achievement . . . [that] fuses the romanticism of the early Kerouac and his mentor, Thomas Wolfe, with the wry humor of Richard Yates. 'New York Times Book Review' Tommy Ogden, an outsized character holding court in his mansion outside robber-baron-era Chicago, declines to give his wife the money to commission a bust of herself from the French master Auguste Rodin, and instead announces his intention to endow a boys school. His decision reverberates years later in the life of Lee Goodell, whose coming of age is at the heart of Ward Just s emotionally potent novel. Lee s life in the small town of New Jesper, Illinois, is irrevocably changed by the rape of one of his high school classmates. His father, a local judge and a member of the Committee of civic leaders that runs the town, votes to suppress the crime in the name of protecting their community. His mother responds by forcing a move to Chicago s North Shore, where Lee enrolls in the private Ogden Hall School for Boys. Both the crime and the school come to profoundly shape Lee s knowledge of how the world works. Years later, Lee meets his victimized classmate. Their charged encounter is a confirmation of his understanding that how and what we remember lies at the heart of life. Sharply observant, pragmatic, mordantly funny, and stubbornly romantic, Ward Just is a spellbinding storyteller . . . 'Rodin s Debutante' is a powerful tale of daunting revelations and determined self-expression. Donna Seaman, WBEZ, Chicago Public Radio An understated and delicate offering by a master. 'Kirkus Reviews''

Características

Peso 0.25 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Não
Marca Mariner Books
I.S.B.N. 9780547752655
Referência 017125315
Altura 20.32 cm
Largura 13.21 cm
Profundidade 1.52 cm
Número de Páginas 263
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Brochura
Cód. Barras 9780547752655
Ano da edição 2012
AutorJust, Ward