FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With the death of her mother, middle-aged Theodora Goodman contemplates the desert of her life.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Freed from the trammels of convention she leaves Australia for a European tour and becomes involved with the residents of a small French hotel. But creating other people's lives.
This is something that gets overlaid by civilization, in houses by gable and portico, in man by the social hypocrisies, but. Sometimes it survives in the faces in old photographs, beside the palm, and it was present too in Meroë, which was what someone had called the house before the Goodmans came. Someone had called it this, and no one in the district remembered why.
The Aunt's Story book. As White's biographer David Marr, notes, White wrote a difficult book and kew it, even though the reluctance of many readers to follow him was disappointing. He tells the story that White used to go round libraries in Sydney, looking at how far people had made it through the It's criminal that this book is out of print. White's third novel is a tour de force-filled with indelible writing that stays with you.
Title: The Aunts Story (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Publisher: Penguin ISBN 13: 9780140041453. Author: Patrick White ISBN 10: 0140041451
Title: The Aunts Story (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Author: Patrick White ISBN 10: 0140041451. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Read full description. The Aunt's Story by Patrick White (Paperback, 1976). Pre-owned: lowest price.
This is the story of two people living one life. WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DAVID MALOUFThrough the crumbling ruins of the once splendid Xanadu, Miss Hare wanders, half-mad. Arthur and Waldo Brown were born twins and destined never to to grow away from each other. They spent their childhood together. In the wilderness she stumbles upon an Aborigine artist and a Jewish refugee.
Patrick Victor Martindale White (28 May 1912 – 30 September 1990) was an Australian writer who published 12 novels, three short-story collections, and eight plays, from 1935 to 1987. White's fiction employs humour, florid prose, shifting narrative vantage points and stream of consciousness techniques
Penguin Random House Australia, 1 февр. Theodora Goodman goes quietly insane in Patrick White’s enigmatic third novel: The Aunt’s story.
Penguin Random House Australia, 1 февр. A very odd little book, as if Henry James and D. H. Lawrence had collaborated on a miniature Magic Mountain, then given it an Australian bildungsroman opening section for no very obvious reason. Пользовательский отзыв - baswood - LibraryThing. Symbolism abounds as White explores the fragmentary nature of Theodora’s mind. It is a very cleverly.
Patrick White was born in England in 1912. He was taken to Australia (where his father owned a sheep farm) when he was six months old, but educated in England, at Cheltenham College and King’s College, Cambridge. He settled in London, where he wrote several unpublished novels, then served in the RAF during the war; he returned after the war to Australia.
Classic Books & Novels. By (author) Patrick White. Patrick White was born in England in 1912 and taken to Australia, where his father owned a sheep farm, when he was six months old. He was educated in England at Cheltenham college and King's College, Cambridge. He settled in London, where he wrote several unpublished novels, then served in the RAF during the war.
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Patrick White's "Aunt Story" is a literary triumph. com User, June 22, 1998. Theodore was not like other women.