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Yesterday's Weather

  • Livre de poche
  • 320 Nombre de pages
Presents a series of stories about women stirred, bothered, or fascinated by men they cannot understand, or understand too well. T... Lire la suite
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Presents a series of stories about women stirred, bothered, or fascinated by men they cannot understand, or understand too well. This book features characters that are haunted by the ghosts of the lives they might have led - lit by new flames, old flames, and flames that are guttering out.

Auteur
Anne Enright was born in Dublin, where she now lives and works. She has published two collection of stories, collected as Yesterday's Weather, one book of non-fiction, Making Babies, and five novels, including The Gathering, which was the Irish Novel of the Year, and won the Irish Fiction Award and the 2007 Man Booker Prize, and The Forgotten Waltz, which was awarded the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction. She is the inaugural Laureate for Irish Fiction.

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First publication of a new collection of the Booker Prize-winner's stories including those from her most recent hardback TAKING PICTURES. In YESTERDAY'S WEATHER Anne Enright presents a series of deeply moving stories about women stirred, bothered, or fascinated by men they cannot understand, or understand too well. These are sharp, vivid stories of loss and yearning, of surrender to responsibilities or to unexpected delight; all share the unsettling, dislocated reality, the subversive wit and awkward tenderness that have marked Anne Enright as one of our most thrillingly gifted writers.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Yesterday's Weather
Sous-titre: Includes Taking Pictures and Other Stories
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Code EAN: 9780099520993
ISBN: 978-0-09-952099-3
Format: Livre de poche
Editeur: Random House UK
Genre: Romans et récits
nombre de pages: 320
Poids: 233g
Taille: H199mm x B130mm x T20mm
Année: 2009

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