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  1. 4 de ene. de 2023 · This is a novel about the strong love, about women's dignity and culture. Product Identifiers Publisher CreateSpace ISBN-10 1545135479 ISBN-13 9781545135471 eBay Product ID (ePID) 236967626 Product Key Features Book Title Precipice (Special Edition) Author Ivan Goncharov Format Trade Paperback Language English Topic General Publication Year 2017

  2. 7 de ene. de 2023 · Here presented for the first time in unabridged form in a sparkling new translation by Stephen Pearl, Goncharov's final novel deserves to be reassessed as one of the most important classics of nineteenth-century Russian literature. Product Identifiers Publisher Alma Books LTD ISBN-13 9781847498380 eBay Product ID (ePID) 20046676046

  3. Hace 3 días · His most explicitly Gothic work is his last novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, which he did not live to complete and was published unfinished upon his death in 1870. The mood and themes of the Gothic novel held a particular fascination for the Victorians, with their obsession with mourning rituals, mementos, and mortality in general.

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    Ko­re­litz was born and raised in New York City. After grad­u­at­ing from Dart­mouth Col­lege with a major in Eng­lish, she con­tin­ued her stud­ies at Clare Col­lege, Cam­bridge, where she was awarded the Chan­cel­lor's Gold Medal. In 2013 Ko­re­litz cre­ated Book­thewriter, a New York City based ser­vice that rep­re­sents au­thors who are avail­a...

    While liv­ing in Eng­land, Ko­re­litz met Irish poet Paul Mul­doon. The cou­ple mar­ried on Au­gust 30, 1987 and went on to have two chil­dren: Dorothy (born 1992) and Asher (born 1999). From 1990 until 2013 on they lived in Prince­ton, New Jer­sey, where Mul­doon has long taught Cre­ative Writ­ing. They now re­side in Ko­re­litz's na­tive New York...

    A Jury of Her Peers and The Sabbathday River

    Ko­re­litz’s first novel, A Jury of Her Peers, was a legal thriller about a Legal Aid lawyer who un­cov­ers a jury tam­per­ing plot, which Kirkus called “a mon­strous-con­spir­acy wolf in le­gal-in­trigue clothing.” Her sec­ond novel, The Sab­bath­day River, trans­planted el­e­ments of the plot of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scar­let Let­ter to a small com­mu­nity near Hanover, New Hamp­shire, and de­scribed a case of in­fan­ti­cideand a re­sult­ing trial.

    The White Rose

    Ko­re­litz’s third novel, The White Rose, trans­posed the plot and char­ac­ters of the Richard Strauss opera Der Rosenkava­lier to 1990s New York City. In The New York Times Book Re­view, re­viewer Eliz­a­beth Judd de­scribed The White Rose as “in­ci­sive and ur­bane…(harken­ing) back to the gen­der con­fu­sions of Shake­speare’s come­dies” and called the novel “a sig­nif­i­cant step for­ward” fol­low­ing Ko­re­litz’s ear­lier legal thrillers. An­thony Gi­a­r­dina, re­view­ing the novel in th...

    Admission

    Ad­mis­sion, pub­lished in April 2009, was re­viewed by a high school se­nior in the Ed­u­ca­tion sup­ple­ment of The New York Times who com­pared the col­lege ap­pli­ca­tion process to the hero­ine’s mid-life cri­sis. En­ter­tain­ment Weekly gave the novel an A- rat­ing and called it “that rare thing in a novel: both juicy and lit­er­ary, a gen­uinely smart read with a human, beat­ing heart.” In its re­view, Huff­in­g­ton Post re­viewer Mal­colm Rit­ter sin­gled out the “at­mos­phere and de­...

    Novels

    1. A Jury of Her Peers(1996) 2. The Sabbathday River(1999) 3. The White Rose(2006) 4. Admission(2009) 5. You Should Have Known(2014) 6. The Devil and Webster(2017)

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    1. Interference Powder(2003) 2. The Properties of Breath(1989) 3. The Dead, 1904 (with Paul Muldoon) (2016), an immersive theater adaptation of James Joyce's "The Dead"

    In 2015 Ko­re­litz and her sis­ter, Nina Ko­re­litz Matza, cre­ated Dot Dot Pro­duc­tions LLC to pro­duce "The Dead, 1904", an adap­ta­tion of James Joyce's "The Dead" that she co-au­thored with Paul Mul­doon. "The Dead, 1904" was pro­duced for The Irish Reper­tory The­atre in The Amer­i­can Irish His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety from No­vem­ber 2016 throug...

    Ko­re­litz founded Book­thewriter in 2014. Book­thewriter rep­re­sents over 100 NYC-based nov­el­ists, es­say­ists, bi­og­ra­phers, humor writ­ers, food writ­ers and mem­oirists who are avail­able to visit book groups in and around NYC. Ad­di­tion­ally, Book­thewriter pre­sents small book groups with its au­thors, for which in­di­vid­u­als can reg­...

    Ko­re­litz's book Ad­mis­sion is the basis for the 2013 film of the same name. The film was adapted from the novel by Karen Croner and di­rected by Paul Weitz. It stars Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, as well as Lily Tom­lin, Wal­lace Shawn, Nat Wolff, and Glo­ria Reuben. The first trailer was re­leased on No­vem­ber 15, 2012, and the film was re­leased in...

  4. 2 de ene. de 2023 · Although many details are inconsistent due to the collaborative nature of its conception, Goncharov is generally described as a mafia film, produced in 1973.[1][4][6] Set in Naples in the aftermath of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, it is said to star Robert De Niro in the role of the protagonist, Lo Straniero, also known as Goncharov, who is a Russian hitman and former discotheque manager.[2][5] The narrative includes a love triangle subplot involving Goncharov, his wife ...

  5. 20 de ene. de 2023 · Great Expectations is the thirteenth novel by Charles Dickens and his penultimate completed novel. It depicts the education of an orphan nicknamed Pip (the book is a bildungsroman; a coming-of-age story ). It is Dickens' second novel, after David Copperfield, to be fully narrated in the first person.

  6. 12 de ene. de 2023 · Rebecca, Gothic suspense novel by Daphne du Maurier, published in 1938. Widely considered a classic, it is a psychological thriller about a young woman who becomes obsessed with her husband’s first wife. Summary. The story is set evocatively in the wilds of Cornwall, in a large country house called Manderley.