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Tropisms (New Directions Pearls)

Sarraute, Nathalie; Jolas, Maria [Translator]

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ISBN 10: 0811222764 / ISBN 13: 9780811222761
Editorial: New Directions, 2015
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Título: Tropisms (New Directions Pearls)

Editorial: New Directions

Año de publicación: 2015

Encuadernación: Softcover

Condición del libro:Used: Very Good

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Nathalie Sarraute's stunning debut―vignettes of "inner movements"―foreshadowed the rise of the nouveau roman.

Hailed as a masterpiece by Jean Genet, Marguerite Duras, and Jean-Paul Sartre, Tropisms is considered one of the defining texts of the nouveau roman movement. Nathalie Sarraute has defined her work as the “movements that are hidden under the commonplace, harmless instances of our everyday lives.” Like figures in a grainy photograph, Sarraute’s characters are blurred and shadowy, while her narrative never develops beyond a stressed moment. Instead, Sarraute brilliantly finds and elaborates subtle details―when a relationship changes, when we fall slightly deeper into love, or when something innocent tilts to the smallest degree toward suspicion.

About the Author:

NATHALIE SARRAUTE (1900–1999) was a leading writer of French avant-garde literature. In 1963, she was awarded the Prix International de Littérature for her novel The Golden Fruits. Her best-selling novel Childhood (1983) was adapted into a one-act play starring Glenn Close.

The writer and activist MARIA JOLAS (1893–1987) was one of the founding members of the influential expat literary magazine Transition.

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