This novel centres on G, who seems impervious to everything around him. His interests are purely sexual, his crowning ideal fulfilment. Yet, in the end this is enough for the politics of desire to expose the criminal politics of oppression. John Berger is the author of "To The Wedding".
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nous novel -- winner of Britain's prestigious Booker Prize -- John Berger relates the story of "G.," a young man forging an energetic sexual career in Europe during the early years of this century. With profound compassion, Berger explores the hearts and minds of both men and women, and what happens during sex, to reveal the conditions of the Don Juan's success: his essential loneliness, the quiet cumulation in each of his sexual experiences of all of those that precede it, the tenderness that infuses even the briefest of his encounters, and the way women experience their own extraordinariness through their moments with him. All of this Berger sets against the turbulent backdrop of Garibaldi and the failed revolution of Milanese workers in 1898, the Boer War, and the first flight across the Alps, making G. a brilliant novel about the search for intimacy in history's private moments.From the Back Cover :
"Fascinating...an extraordinary mixture of historical detail and sexual meditation...G. belongs in the tradition of George Eliot, Tolstoy, D. H. Lawrence and Norman Mailer." -- The New York Times
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Description du livre Viking Adult, 1972. Hardcover. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110670333417
Description du livre Viking Adult. Hardcover. État : New. 0670333417 New Condition. N° de réf. du libraire NEW7.1179139
Description du livre Viking Adult, 1972. Hardcover. État : New. First Edition. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX0670333417
Description du livre Viking Adult, 1972. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire M0670333417