|Cena: 78.00 zł|
Dział: Beletrystyka i pozycje pokrewne » Beletrystyka nowoczesna i współczesna (po 1945 r.)
Olive, AgainAutor: Strout E.
Wydanie 1, 2019
Na stanie: 1 egz.
An extraordinary new novel by the Pulitzer Prize-winning, Number One New York Times bestselling author of Olive Kitteridge and My Name is Lucy Barton 'A terrific writer' Zadie Smith 'A superbly gifted storyteller and a craftswoman in a league of her own' Hilary Mantel 'A novel to treasure' Sunday Times Olive, Again follows the blunt, contradictory yet deeply loveable Olive Kitteridge as she grows older, navigating the second half of her life as she comes to terms with the changes - sometimes welcome, sometimes not - in her own existence and in those around her. Olive adjusts to her new life with her second husband, challenges her estranged son and his family to accept him, experiences loss and loneliness, witnesses the triumphs and heartbreaks of her friends and neighbours in the small coastal town of Crosby, Maine - and, finally, opens herself to new lessons about life. 'A powerful storyteller immersed in the nuances of human relationships' Observer 'She gets better with each book' Maggie O'Farrell 'Her writing is exquisite; her vision is boundless. What a sublime book.' Rachel Joyce 'Glorious' The Times 'A perfect novel' Financial Times Strout animates the ordinary with astonishing force * New Yorker * It's hard to believe that a year after the astonishing My Name Is Lucy Barton Elizabeth Strout could bring us another book that is by every measure its equal, but what Strout proves to us again and again is that where she's concerned, anything is possible. This book, this writer, are magnificent. -- Ann Patchett on 'Anything is Possible' A writer at the peak of her powers * Literary Review * Strout, always good, just keeps getting better * Vogue * Strout really can write you into a world until you feel you are there with her, in that house, that life, that little Podunk of a place * The Times * A powerful storyteller immersed in the nuances of human relationships * Observer * Funny, sad, tender and truthful, this is pure joy * Stylist * A special, precious book...full of hope and humanity * Red * Elizabeth Strout is... one of the undisputed heavyweights of generous, clear-eyed domestic realism * Daily Mail * In Olive Kitteridge, Strout has created one of those rare characters...so vivid and humorous they seems to take on a life independent of the story framing them * Guardian * A perfect novel * Financial Times * Glorious * The Times * She gets better with each book Strout again demonstrates her gift for zeroing in on ordinary moments in the lives of ordinary people to highlight their extraordin