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Love

Morrison, Toni
12,95€
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"Toni Morrison makes me believe in God. She makes me believe in a divine being, because luck and genetics don?t seem to come close to explaining her" (Guardian)"Love is a brilliant book... Into a short narrative she packs mystery, suspense and a multi-stranded tale told with extraordinary deftness" (Financial Times)"This ...
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"Toni Morrison makes me believe in God. She makes me believe in a divine being, because luck and genetics don?t seem to come close to explaining her" (Guardian)

"Love is a brilliant book... Into a short narrative she packs mystery, suspense and a multi-stranded tale told with extraordinary deftness" (Financial Times)

"This is a novel that demands to be read at least twice, for it is so rich and satisfying that it sweeps you into a subtle world that you need time to take in... Quite breathtaking" (Daily Mail)

"Love's power lies in the luminosity and energy of its poetic images" (Observer)

"Love is her best work yet, a slender but mesmerising tale" (Evening Standard)

A haunting and affecting meditation on love from the Nobel-prize winning author of Beloved.

May, Christine, Heed, Junior, Vida ? even L ? all are women obsessed with Bill Cosey. He shapes their yearnings for a father, husband, lover, guardian, and friend. This audacious vision from a master storyteller on the nature of love ? its appetite, its sublime possession, and its consuming dread ? is rich in characters and dramatic events, and in its profound sensitivity to just how alive the past can be. Sensual, elegiac and unforgettable, Love ultimately comes full circle to that indelible, overwhelming first love that marks us forever.

Winner of the PEN/Saul Bellow award for achievement in American fiction

?Love is her best work?a slender but mesmerising tale? Evening Standard