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Oranges are Not the Only Fruit

  • Engelstalig
  • 176 pagina's
  • 9780802135162
  • augustus 1997
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Jeanette Winterson

Jeanette Winterson (1959) schrijft romans, verhalen, essays en kinderboeken. In 1985 kwam haar debuut, Sinaasappelen zijn niet de einige vruchten, uit. De BBC bewerkte deze roman tot een televisieserie, die onder de titel Sinaasappels en demonen in ons land door de NOS werd uitgezonden.Voor The Passion uit 1987 ontving Winterson de John Llewelyn Rhys Memorial Prize. Voor Sexing the cherry (1989) de E. M. Forster Award. In 2006 werd ze voor haar verdiensten voor de literatuur benoemd tot Officer of the British Empire. Website Jeanette Winterson Op bol.com vind je alle boeken van Jeanette Winterson, waaronder het nieuwste boek van Jeanette Winterson.

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Jeanette is a bright and rebellious orphan who is adopted into an evangelical household in the dour, industrial North of England and finds herself embroidering grim religious mottoes and shaking her little tambourine for Jesus. But as this budding missionary comes of age, and comes to terms with her unorthodox sexuality, the peculiar balance of her God-fearing household dissolves. Jeanette's insistence on listening to the truths of her own heart and mind - and on reporting them with wit and passion - makes for an unforgettable chronicle of an eccentric, moving passage into adulthood.

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A striking, quirky, delicate, and intricate work . . . Winterson has mastered both comedy and tragedy in this rich little novel. . . . Winterson's great gift is evident. --The Washington Post Book World A daring, unconventional comic novel . . . by employing quirky anecdotes, which are told with romping humor, and by splicing various parables into the narrative, Winterson allows herself the dangerous luxury of writing a novel that refuses to rely on rousing plot devices. . . . A fascinating debut . . . A penetrating novel. --Chicago Tribune If Flannery O'Connor and Rita Mae Brown had collaborated on the coming-out story of a young British girl in the 1960s, maybe they would have approached the quirky and subtle hilarity of Jeanette Winterson's autobiographical first novel. . . . Winterson's voice, with its idiosyncratic wit and sensitivity, is one you've never heard before. --Ms. The overwhelming impression of her work is one of remarkable self-confidence, and she evidently thrives on risk.... As good as Poe: it dares you to laugh and stares you down. --The New York Review of Books An explosively imaginative writer. --The London Free Press She is a master of her material, a writer [of] great talent. --Muriel Spark Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language. --Evening Standard The most interesting writer I have read in twenty years. --Gore Vidal -A striking, quirky, delicate, and intricate work . . . Winterson has mastered both comedy and tragedy in this rich little novel. . . . Winterson's great gift is evident.- --The Washington Post Book World -A daring, unconventional comic novel . . . by employing quirky anecdotes, which are told with romping humor, and by splicing various parables into the narrative, Winterson allows herself the dangerous luxury of writing a novel that refuses to rely on rousing plot devices. . . . A fascinating debut . . . A penetrating novel.- --Chicago Tribune -If Flannery O'Connor and Rita Mae Brown had collaborated on the coming-out story of a young British girl in the 1960s, maybe they would have approached the quirky and subtle hilarity of Jeanette Winterson's autobiographical first novel. . . . Winterson's voice, with its idiosyncratic wit and sensitivity, is one you've never heard before.- --Ms. -The overwhelming impression of her work is one of remarkable self-confidence, and she evidently thrives on risk.... As good as Poe: it dares you to laugh and stares you down.- --The New York Review of Books -An explosively imaginative writer.- --The London Free Press -She is a master of her material, a writer [of] great talent.- --Muriel Spark -Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language.- --Evening Standard -The most interesting writer I have read in twenty years.- --Gore Vidal A striking, quirky, delicate, and intricate work . . . Winterson has mastered both comedy and tragedy in this rich little novel. . . . Winterson's great gift is evident. The Washington Post Book World A daring, unconventional comic novel . . . by employing quirky anecdotes, which are told with romping humor, and by splicing various parables into the narrative, Winterson allows herself the dangerous luxury of writing a novel that refuses to rely on rousing plot devices. . . . A fascinating debut . . . A penetrating novel. Chicago Tribune If Flannery O'Connor and Rita Mae Brown had collaborated on the coming-out story of a young British girl in the 1960s, maybe they would have approached the quirky and subtle hilarity of Jeanette Winterson's autobiographical first novel. . . . Winterson's voice, with its idiosyncratic wit and sensitivity, is one you've never heard before. Ms. The overwhelming impression of her work is one of remarkable self-confidence, and she evidently thrives on risk. As good as Poe: it dares you to laugh and stares you down. The New York Review of Books An explosively imaginative writer. The London Free Press She is a master of her material, a writer [of] great talent. Muriel Spark Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language. Evening Standard The most interesting writer I have read in twenty years. Gore Vidal A striking, quirky, delicate, and intricate work . . . Winterson has mastered both comedy and tragedy in this rich little novel. . . . Winterson's great gift is evident. -- The Washington Post Book World A daring, unconventional comic novel . . . by employing quirky anecdotes, which are told with romping humor, and by splicing various parables into the narrative, Winterson allows herself the dangerous luxury of writing a novel that refuses to rely on rousing plot devices. . . . A fascinating debut . . . A penetrating novel. -- Chicago Tribune If Flannery O'Connor and Rita Mae Brown had collaborated on the coming-out story of a young British girl in the 1960s, maybe they would have approached the quirky and subtle hilarity of Jeanette Winterson's autobiographical first novel. . . . Winterson's voice, with its idiosyncratic wit and sensitivity, is one you've never heard before. -- Ms. The overwhelming impression of her work is one of remarkable self-confidence, and she evidently thrives on risk.... As good as Poe: it dares you to laugh and stares you down. -- The New York Review of Books An explosively imaginative writer. -- The London Free Press She is a master of her material, a writer [of] great talent. --Muriel Spark Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language. -- Evening Standard The most interesting writer I have read in twenty years. --Gore Vidal

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    Jeanette Winterstons insights and descriptions of a young girls life at the mercies of her slightly mad, fervently religious mother are fantastical, frightening and unbelievable in their niaivity. The main thread of the book is women. There are no strong male characters in this book except for the religious ones and even they seem to be inadequate when a real crisis emerges. The book gives us a practical insight into life in a small town in another time when homosexuality was the work of the devil and beating your wife was a part of everyday life but also guides us through the confused, innocent, fantastical imaginings and hallucinations of a young girl brilliantly educated in the ways of the Lord with no clue of life in general.

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Auteur
Jeanette Winterson
Taal
Engels
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13x210x152 mm
Gewicht
227,00 gram
Verschijningsdatum
augustus 1997
Druk
1
ISBN10
0802135161
ISBN13
9780802135162

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