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Cloudstreet

Tim Winton

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ISBN 10: 155597158X / ISBN 13: 9781555971588
Edité par Graywolf Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1992
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Marbled blue paper-coverd boards with silver lettering and TW to front cover, black backstrip. Hint of edgewear, tips of corners show slight bump. Text is clean and white, no marks. Unclipped DJ shows minor edgewear, extremely mild general scuffing. "Told in fiery working-class colloquialisms, this is the story of Sam Pickles, who loses his fingers in an industrial mishap; of his wife Rose, who loathes her husband's weakness; of Lester and Oriel Lamb, 'God'-fearing' people who lose their faith, yet rebuild their shattered world; and their melancholy son, Quick, who dreams of the past and the future. Perhaps, most of all, it is the story of Fish Lamb, whose mind is damaged in a drowning accident, who is endowed with strange and wondrous powers, and who lives haunted by the image, the sound, and the smell of water." (from the jacket). N° de réf. du libraire A112213

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Titre : Cloudstreet

Éditeur : Graywolf Press, St. Paul, Minnesota

Date d'édition : 1992

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre :Very Good

Etat de la jaquette : Very Good

Edition : Stated First Edition, First Printing

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Synopsis :

Two families, the Lambs and the Pickles, are thrown together by chance into a rambling house, where they struggle with what life has to offer them.

A propos de l'auteur:

Tim Winton grew up on the coast of Western Australia, where he continues to live. He is the author of eighteen books. His epic novel Cloudstreet was adapted for the theater and has been performed around the world. His two most recent novels, Dirt Music and The Riders, were both shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. He has won the prestigious Miles Franklin Award three times, and in 1998 the Australian National Trust declared Winton a national living treasure. The Turning has already won the 2005 Christina Stead Prize for Fiction.

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