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by Derek Beaven

Author: Derek Beaven
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Faber & Faber (September 18, 1995)
Pages: 384 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Full of music and science and politics, Newton’s Niece is a book about disorientation, human life as self-experiment and the nature of Time, a novel that boldly explores sexual politics and the early feminist struggle

Newton’s Niece Derek Beaven. A lavish and richly detailed portrait of the world of Newton and the London of that time. From the disturbing goings-on in a South London mental hospital, the narrator of this daring and ambitious novel hurtles back through the past, to the character of Kit, Isaac Newton’s niece. Full of music and science and politics, Newton’s Niece is a book about disorientation, human life as self-experiment and the nature of Time, a novel that boldly explores sexual politics and the early feminist struggle. Magnificent set pieces, a richness of thought, a prodigal and original talent. Time Out. Newton’s Niece.

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Derek Beaven - (born 1947 South London) is a British novelist. His first novel, Newton s Niece won the Commonwealth Writers Prize, best first book, Europe and South Asia. Обратная связь: Техподдержка, Реклама на сайте. Экспорт словарей на сайты, сделанные на PHP

A lavish and richly detailed portrait of the world of Newton and the London of that time.

A lavish and richly detailed portrait of the world of Newton and the London of that time. From the disturbing goings-on.

A critically acclaimed, Booker long-listed novel that is reminiscent of Pat Barker's 'Regeneration Trilogy'. Clarice Pike and Vic Warren are from completely different backgrounds. If the Invader Comes' combines themes from Derek Beaven's previously acclaimed 'Newton's Niece' and 'Acts of Mutiny' to portray a wartime England where human relationships are threatened as much from within the family as from occupied Europe.

1994) A novel by Derek Beaven. From the disturbing goings-on in a South London mental hospital, the narrator hurtles back through the past, to the character of Kit, Isaac Newton's niece. What unfolds is the story of the early 18th century, a time when Newton and others were claiming the meaning of the world to themselves. Genre: Literary Fiction. Praise for this book. a wonderfully capacious and vivid book. Used availability for Derek Beaven's Newton's Niece.

Derek Beaven (born 1947) is a British novelist. His first novel, Newton's Niece, won the Commonwealth Writers Prize for best first book, Europe and South Asia. His second book, Acts of Mutiny was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Prize and the Encore Award. Beaven was born in South London. He studied at Ashlyns School, Hertfordshire. He read English at Oxford University. He lives in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. Newton′s Niece, Faber and Faber, 1994, ISBN 978-0-571-17136-1.

From disturbing goings-on in a South London mental hospital, the narrator hurtles back through time to the character of Kit, Isaac Newton's niece. What unfolds is a story of the early-18th century, and an exploration of gender and the influences that shape conflicting male and female universes.