The Gravedigger's Daughter

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9780007258468: The Gravedigger's Daughter
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'A distinctive addition to her extraordinary cannon, at once sinuous and jarring, stark and subtle – the literary equivalent of a warm slap in the face.' The Observer

'Oates's prose contains a deep felt rawness which hovers between hope, despair, love and hatred.' The Guardian

Praise for Joyce Carol Oates:

‘Every single Oates novel I’ve read has added to my conviction that she is a genius.’ Julie Myerson, Independent on Sunday

‘One of the female frontrunners for the title of Great American Novelist.' Maggie Gee, Sunday Times

'A writer of extraordinary strengths…she has dealt consistently with what is probably the great American theme – the quest for the creation of self…Her great subject, naturally, is love.' Ian Sansom, Guardian

‘Unlike anything else she has ever written…A very strong and readable novel; the rivalry between the two sisters is especially well observed.’ Edmund White, Books of the Year, Times Literary Supplement

'Her prose is peerless and her ability to make you think as she re-invents genres is unique. Few writers move so effortlessly from the gothic tale to the psychological thriller to the epic family saga to the lyrical novella. Even fewer authors can so compellingly and entertainingly tell a story.' Jackie McGlone, Scotland on Sunday

'Novelists such as John Updike, Philip Roth, Tom Wolfe and Norman Mailer slug it out for the title of the Great American Novelist. But maybe they're wrong. Maybe, just maybe, the Great American Novelist is a woman.' The Herald

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From the author of ‘Blonde’, ‘The Falls’ and ‘We Were the Mulvaneys’, this new novel takes in the themes of race, immigration, family and social mobility, and is Joyce Carol Oates at her storytelling best.

‘The Gravedigger’s Daughter’ tells the tale of Rebecca Schwart, born in the late 1930s to an immigrant family from Nazi Germany, just as they are arriving to America. The family settles in a small, bleak town in upstate New York, where the only job the father can get is as the town gravedigger and caretaker of the cemetery. Soon the town's prejudice and the family's own emotional frailty results in unspeakable tragedy. In the wake of this loss, and in an attempt to put her past behind her, young Rebecca Schwart moves on, across America and through a series of listless marriages, in search of somewhere, and someone, to whom she can belong.

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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 193 x 124 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. From the author of Blonde , The Falls and We Were the Mulvaneys , this new novel takes in the themes of race, immigration, family and social mobility, and is Joyce Carol Oates at her storytelling best. The Gravedigger s Daughter tells the tale of Rebecca Schwart, born in the late 1930s to an immigrant family from Nazi Germany, just as they are arriving to America. The family settles in a small, bleak town in upstate New York, where the only job the father can get is as the town gravedigger and caretaker of the cemetery. Soon the town s prejudice and the family s own emotional frailty results in unspeakable tragedy. In the wake of this loss, and in an attempt to put her past behind her, young Rebecca Schwart moves on, across America and through a series of listless marriages, in search of somewhere, and someone, to whom she can belong. Nº de ref. de la librería AA89780007258468

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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 193 x 124 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. From the author of Blonde , The Falls and We Were the Mulvaneys , this new novel takes in the themes of race, immigration, family and social mobility, and is Joyce Carol Oates at her storytelling best. The Gravedigger s Daughter tells the tale of Rebecca Schwart, born in the late 1930s to an immigrant family from Nazi Germany, just as they are arriving to America. The family settles in a small, bleak town in upstate New York, where the only job the father can get is as the town gravedigger and caretaker of the cemetery. Soon the town s prejudice and the family s own emotional frailty results in unspeakable tragedy. In the wake of this loss, and in an attempt to put her past behind her, young Rebecca Schwart moves on, across America and through a series of listless marriages, in search of somewhere, and someone, to whom she can belong. Nº de ref. de la librería AA89780007258468

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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers. Paperback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, The Gravedigger's Daughter, Joyce Carol Oates, From the author of 'Blonde', 'The Falls' and 'We Were the Mulvaneys', this new novel takes in the themes of race, immigration, family and social mobility, and is Joyce Carol Oates at her storytelling best. 'The Gravedigger's Daughter' tells the tale of Rebecca Schwart, born in the late 1930s to an immigrant family from Nazi Germany, just as they are arriving to America. The family settles in a small, bleak town in upstate New York, where the only job the father can get is as the town gravedigger and caretaker of the cemetery. Soon the town's prejudice and the family's own emotional frailty results in unspeakable tragedy. In the wake of this loss, and in an attempt to put her past behind her, young Rebecca Schwart moves on, across America and through a series of listless marriages, in search of somewhere, and someone, to whom she can belong. Nº de ref. de la librería B9780007258468

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