États seconds - Anita Brookner

États seconds - Anita Brookner

États seconds - Anita Brookner



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BROOKNER. ETATS SECONDS (French Edition) ISBN 13: 9782840112600. ETATS SECONDS (French Edition) BROOKNER . Softcover ISBN 10: 2840112604 ISBN 13: 9782840112600. Publisher: FERYANE, 1998. This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition: Buy Used Condition: Near Fine Ancien livre de bibliothèque. Légères...

Etats seconds (French Edition) Oct 30, 1997 by Anita Brookner , Nicole Tisserand Paperback

Etats seconds / Anita Brookner : traduit de l'anglais par Nicole Tisserand. Call Number: 820 BRO ; Author: Brookner, Anita, 1928-publisher: Belfond, Publication Year: c1997. Place of Publication: Paris : 1 Item(s) Available . Clostx. - B4 - BnF Collection Add To Cart. Le dernier voyage / Anita Brookner ; trad. de l'anglais par Michelle Herpe-Voslinsky. ...

Etats seconds / Anita Brookner : traduit de l'anglais par Nicole Tisserand. Call Number: 820 BRO ; Author: ...

 · Anita Brookner produced a novel a year for almost two decades. Photograph: Jane Bown/Observer. Michael McNay . Mon 14 Mar 2016 22.03 EDT. Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 07.52 EST. Anita Brookner ...

Anita was born in London, the only child of an unhappy Polish couple who had arrived with the name of Bruckner, tweaked into Englishness to escape the ignominy of bearing a Germanic name during the first world war.

Anthony Blunt was professor of art history at London University as well as director of the Courtauld Institute of Art, and appears to have been rather better at talent-spotting aspiring art historians than he was at recruiting for the KGB. He persuaded Brookner to move on to an MA in art history at the Courtauld,...

Not surprisingly, though Brookner kept a special place in her heart for Dickens, her favourite novel was Ivan Goncharov’s masterpiece Oblomov, a story, as she put it, “about a man who fails at everything”.

Brookner guarded her privacy, if necessary laying down a smoke screen to do so. She did not marry but insisted that her books were not her children. After her retirement, she would reiterate that, so far as visiting art galleries was concerned, she was now just another member of the public.

Her mother, Maude (nee Schiska), had been a professional singer; her father, Newson Brookner, was a gently failing businessman who at one point owned a lending library. They lived with her grandmother, and were surrounded by uncles, aunts and cousins.

Anita was born in London, the only child of an unhappy Polish couple who had arrived with the name of Bruckner, tweaked into Englishness to escape the ignominy of bearing a Germanic name during the first world war.

A Misalliance (1986) All my favourites seem to come from the first decade of Brookner’s writing life. The later novels can seem to turn round in ever-tighter circles of story, becoming more suffocatingly sad – though the distinctive intelligence and music of her prose never falters.

She did not at first appear to be cut out either for an academic career or to be a novelist. Anita was born in London, the only child of an unhappy Polish couple who had arrived with the name of Bruckner, tweaked into Englishness to escape the ignominy of bearing a Germanic name during the first world war.

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