American Pastoral

American Pastoral

 
Kiadás sorszáma: Repr.
Kiadó: Vintage, London
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ISBN13:9780099771814
ISBN10:00997718111
Kötéstípus:Puhakötés
Terjedelem:423 oldal
Méret:199x131x28 mm
Súly:295 g
Nyelv:angol
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Reissued in electric new backlist style for October 2016, American Pastoral won the Pulitzer Prize in 1997

Hosszú leírás:
'Marvellous...raging and elegiac' James Wood, Guardian

'Swede' Levov is living the American dream. He glides through life cocooned by his devoted family, his demanding yet highly rewarding (and lucrative) business, his sporting prowess, his good looks. He is the embodiment of thriving, post-war America, land of liberty and hope.

Until the sunny day in 1968, when the Swede's bountiful American luck deserts him.

The tragedy springs from devastatingly close to home. His adored daughter, Merry, has become a stranger to him, a fanatical teenager capable of an outlandishly savage act of political terrorism that plunges the Levov family into the political mayhem of sixties America, and drags them into the underbelly of a seemingly ascendant society.

Rendered powerless by the shocking turn of events, the Swede can only watch as his pastoral idyll is methodically torn apart.

"Philip Roth's American Pastoral is one of those books you know is going to change you in some profound way shortly after you start reading it and it did for me. I read it last summer and nothing has quite surpassed it for me since. A very painful read." Angea Nagle Irish Times