|Author:||Patrick Lienhardt,Euan Cameron,Olivier Philipponnat|
|Subcategory:||Arts & Literature|
|Publisher:||Knopf Canada; 1st Edition edition (May 4, 2010)|
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Irène Némirovsky remembered that when they all returned to Kiev her .
Irène Némirovsky remembered that when they all returned to Kiev her wheeler-dealer of a father played and juggled or became engrossed in an old roulette wheel, brought back from Monte Carlo, a symbol of his gambler’s personality. Excerpted from The Life of Irene Nemirovsky by Olivier Philipponnat Excerpted by permission. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher. Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site. Continue reading the main story. We’re interested in your feedback on this page.
Oliver Philipponnat and Patrick Lienhardt; Euan Cameron, trans. Alfred A. Knopf, 2010. Originally published in French in 2007, Oliver Philipponnat and Patrick Lienhardt’s biography of Irène Némirovsky explores the author’s life from her childhood to her deportation to Auschwitz from Issyl’Eveque, France, in 1942.
Olivier Philipponnat, Patrick Lienhardt, Professor of Reformation Church History Euan Cameron. A major biography of Irène Némirovksy, author of the acclaimed and internationally bestselling Suite Française - with new material never published in English. Irène Némirovksy's own life was as dramatic as any fiction. And few writers enjoy a posthumous resurgence as astonishing as hers after the international triumph of Suite Française
Drawing on Nemirovsky's diaries, previously untapped archival material, and interviews with surviving family members, Philipponnat and Lienhardt deliver the first major biography of the author of "Suite Francaise.
Drawing on Nemirovsky's diaries, previously untapped archival material, and interviews with surviving family members, Philipponnat and Lienhardt deliver the first major biography of the author of "Suite Francaise. Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-432) and index. Lienhardt, Patrick; Cameron, Euan (Translator).
Olivier Philipponnat and Patrick Lienhardt are the authors of an acclaimed biography of Roger Stéphane. Библиографические данные. The Life of Irene Nemirovsky: 1903-1942. Olivier Philipponnat, Patrick Lienhardt. Перевод: Euan Cameron. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.
Olivier Philipponnat (Author), Patrick Lienhardt (Author), Euan . The Life of Irène Némirovsky reads like history as well as biography. The tragic story of Irene Nemirovsky has fascinated me since I read Suite Francaise.
Olivier Philipponnat (Author), Patrick Lienhardt (Author), Euan Cameron (Translator) & 0 more. It paints a frightening picture of the persecution of the Jews in the twentieth century, from the pogroms in Russia to Hitler's Final Solution for France.
Olivier Philipponnat, Patrick Lienhardt. Although its title says the life of Irene Nemirovsky, it is also the "lives" of all her books and the characters, therein, so it is very encyclopedic in scope. Euan Cameron (Translation). Having read Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky, I very much wanted to read a biography about the author. Although I skipped a lot of this, her life was utterly fascinating, living thru the Jewish pogroms and the Revolution in Russia, to end up a huge literary success in France. And then to be sent off to the death camps, Auschwitz in her case, by the French during the Occupation of France by the Germans.
Irène Némirovsky, described by the authors as "a French writer whom fate had caused to be born in Kiev", enjoyed a brief literary celebrity in the 1930s. Thereafter she vanished from public consciousness until 2004. Then came posthumous publication of two completed parts of an intended trilogy on the wartime experience of France, Suite Française, consciously modelled upon War and Peace. It was hailed as a masterpiece, and became a global bestseller. The work was rendered intolerably moving, especially in its sympathetic portrayal of some German characters, by the fate of its author.
IRÈNE NÉMIROVSKY often alluded to the fact that prior to writing, she began by filling her notebooks with biographical pointers about the least of her characters; it was what she called the previous life of the novel
IRÈNE NÉMIROVSKY often alluded to the fact that prior to writing, she began by filling her notebooks with biographical pointers about the least of her characters; it was what she called the previous life of the novel.