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by Alexandra Quinn,Marie Redonnet

eBook Candy Story (European Women Writers) epub
  • ISBN: 0803239157
  • Author: Alexandra Quinn,Marie Redonnet
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (September 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 99 pages
  • ePUB size: 1219 kb
  • FB2 size 1501 kb
  • Formats doc rtf azw lit


Rose Mellie Rose (European Women Writers). In my studio on the Seine I wondered where the last year had gone. After I put on my red dress and the puce headband that had looked so nice on Ma's head, I went to Winkle's dining room

Rose Mellie Rose (European Women Writers). After I put on my red dress and the puce headband that had looked so nice on Ma's head, I went to Winkle's dining room. Laramie was there, and he told me that I had been wrong to trust Lao and Louie and the publisher's description of the book. Lulu, Carlotta, Lummy, and the Interpol detective were murdered, and Jack Bobbin wasted away with one of those diseases that Europeans who sleep with Africans get.

Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman whose apparent calm is perpetually threatened by inner doubts and outer catastrophe

Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman whose apparent calm is perpetually threatened by inner doubts and outer catastrophe. Her modest dreams of happiness are dashed by the deaths of her mother, old friends, and her lover. Mia is a talented writer, the author of an autobiographical novel.

Candy Story is the fourth novel by Marie Redonnet.

Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman. Candy Story is the fourth novel by Marie Redonnet. In its unadorned prose and passionate focus on the inner life of a young woman, this fourth novel is unmistakably allied to the earlier ones. It will enthrall Redonnet’s admirers and win new ones. Born in Paris in 1947, Redonnet taught for a number of years in a suburban lycée before deciding to pursue a writing career full time.

Series European Women Writers. Written by Marie Redonnet, Translated by Alexandra Quinn

Series European Women Writers. Written by Marie Redonnet, Translated by Alexandra Quinn. Series European Women Writers. Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman whose apparent calm is perpetually threatened by inner doubts and outer catastrophe.

European Women Writers Series. Including translations of major works by 20th- and 21st-century European women writers, the European Women Writers Series enlarges the depth and scope of American understanding about women in modern Europe.

Alexandra Quinn is a program associate at The Academy of American Poets in New York. European Women Writers. This is her first book-length translation.

Marie Redonnet is the nom de plume of Martine L'hospitalier (born 1948, Paris) who is a French writer of poems, novels, essays, short stories, and plays. Martine L'hospitalier was born in 1948, her mother's birth name was Redonnet. She studied literature, particularly Jean Genet, and she became a teacher and began writing in the late 1970s. Her first published work was Le Mort & Cie, a collection of poems released in 1985

Marie Redonnet Translated by Alexandra Quinn. European Women Writers Series. Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman whose apparent calm is perpetually threatened by inner doubts and outer catastrophe

Marie Redonnet Translated by Alexandra Quinn. Now, assailed by calamity and misfortune, she struggles with writer’s block, confounded-at least for the moment-by the senseless world around her.

Karen Aabye (1904–1982), Danish journalist, novelist, travel writer, and essayist. Jane Aamund (1936–2019), Danish journalist and novelist. Eleanor Hallowell Abbott (1872–1958), US poet, novelist and short story writer. Rachel Abbott, pen name of Sheila Rodgers (born c. 1953), best-selling English thriller author.

European Women Writers. About Marie Redonnet. Jordan Stump is an assistant professor of French at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. By (author) Marie Redonnet, Translated by Jordan Stump.

Candy Story recounts a turbulent year in the life of Mia, a young woman whose apparent calm is perpetually threatened by inner doubts and outer catastrophe. Her modest dreams of happiness are dashed by the deaths of her mother, old friends, and her lover. Mia is a talented writer, the author of an autobiographical novel. Now, assailed by calamity and misfortune, she struggles with writer’s block, confounded—at least for the moment—by the senseless world around her. Candy Story is the fourth novel by Marie Redonnet. Translations of the first three—Hôtel Splendid, Forever Valley, and Rose Mellie Rose—are also available from the University of Nebraska Press. In its unadorned prose and passionate focus on the inner life of a young woman, this fourth novel is unmistakably allied to the earlier ones. It will enthrall Redonnet’s admirers and win new ones. Born in Paris in 1947, Redonnet taught for a number of years in a suburban lycée before deciding to pursue a writing career full time. Since her volume of poetry Le Mort & Cie appeared in 1985, she has published four novels, a novella, numerous short stories, and three dramatic works.
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