La china di Buenos Aires: L'ho sposato, lettore mio

Neri Pozza Editore

Per festeggiare i 200 anni della nascita di Charlotte Brontë, Tracy Chevalier ha chiesto alle migliori autrici in lingua inglese di scrivere una storia ispirata alla celebre battuta di Jane Eyre: «L’ho sposato, lettore mio». Questo racconto fa parte della raccolta dedicata a Charlotte Brontë: L’ho sposato, lettore mio a cura di TRACY CHEVALIER
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About the author

Tracy Chevalier è nata a Washington. Nel 1984 si è trasferita in Inghilterra, dove ha lavorato a lungo come editor. Il suo primo romanzo è La Vergine azzurra (Neri Pozza, 2004, BEAT 2011, 2015). Con La ragazza con lorecchino di perla (Neri Pozza, 2000, 2013) ha ottenuto, nei numerosi paesi in cui il libro è apparso, un grandissimo successo di pubblico e di critica. Bestseller internazionali sono stati anche i suoi romanzi successivi: Quando cadono gli angeli (Neri Pozza, 2002, BEAT 2012), La dama e lunicorno (Neri Pozza, 2003, BEAT 2014), Linnocenza (Neri Pozza 2007, 2015), Strane creature (Neri Pozza, 2009, 2014) e Lultima fuggitiva (Neri Pozza, 2013, 2014), I frutti del vento (Neri Pozza 2015). Il suo sito è www.tchevalier.com

Patricia Park ha esordito come narratrice con il romanzo Re Jane (Viking/Penguin Random House), una reinterpretazione mo¬derna di Jane Eyre, ambientata a New York e a Seul. Ha vinto una borsa di studio Fulbright e ha scritto per New York Times, Guardian, Salon, Daily Beast e altri. Afferma che la sua stessa per¬sonalità è stata profondamente influenzata dal classico di Char¬lotte Brontë, letto per la prima volta a dodici anni nel Queens, a New York. Da allora si è sempre chiesta cosa sarebbe successo se, lettore, lei non lo avesse sposato. Attualmente sta lavorando al suo secondo romanzo, ambientato a Buenos Aires.

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Publisher
Neri Pozza Editore
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Published on
Apr 7, 2016
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Pages
28
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ISBN
9788854513242
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Language
Italian
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Genres
Fiction / Literary
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