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ISBN: 0375423257Издательство: Pantheon
Год издания: 2005
Book DescriptionJill Ciment’s writing has been called “luminous . . . sad, affecting” (Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times) and “rich in observation and insight” (Merle Rubin, Los Angeles Times). Now in her new novel, her third, Jill Ciment turns her eye to a painter’s world in the early years of the twentieth century and tells the story of an American woman, an acclaimed artist who’s been stranded on an island for thirty years. The novel opens inNew York in the 1970s. Sara Ehrenreich has returned to New York to much fanfare—Life magazine has arranged for her return and is doing a big feature on her. Sara had been living on a remote speck in the South Pacific for three decades, and she hasreturned to the city of her childhood and early adulthood, a city made totally different by thirty years of technological and social change. As Sara experiences all of the sensations of entering a new world, the novel flashes...