eBook School for Love (New York Review Books Classics) download
by Jane Smiley,Olivia Manning
Author: Jane Smiley,Olivia Manning
Publisher: NYRB Classics (February 3, 2009)
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Olivia Manning (Author), Jane Smiley (Introduction). Olivia Manning's work has been out of sight for decades, but her newly reissued School for Love is about to charm and startle a whole new generation of readers. -O, The Oprah Magazine.
Olivia Manning (Author), Jane Smiley (Introduction). Olivia Manning was an outstanding novelist.
If you love scathing, satirical stories featuring romance, give Lucky Jim a try. And don’t worry that the book was published more than sixty years ago. Its razorlike humor is as fresh as ever.
School for Love book. Paperback, 192 pages. Published February 3rd 2009 by NYRB Classics (first published 1951). 460 books - 729 voters. Best Middle East Fiction. 1590173031 (ISBN13: 9781590173039). 376 books - 488 voters.
Jane Smiley (Goodreads Author) (Introduction). Published 1982 by Penguin Books Ltd.
Published January 29th 2013 by NYRB Classics. Author(s): Olivia Manning, Jane Smiley (Goodreads Author) (Introduction). Alt Cover for ISBN 0140059326, 192 pages.
By (author) Olivia Manning, Introduction by Professor Jane Smiley
By (author) Olivia Manning, Introduction by Professor Jane Smiley. -O, The Oprah Magazine "Olivia Manning was an outstanding novelist. -The Times (London) "A triumph of portraiture, compassionate, witty and assured"-Time and Tide "There is something good in almost everything Olivia Manning wrote" -The Spectator "Olivia manning has taken her place in the first rank of English novelists.
By Olivia Manning Introduction by Jane Smiley –New York Times
By Olivia Manning Introduction by Jane Smiley. By Olivia Manning Introduction by Jane Smiley. Olivia Manning’s work has been out of sight for decades, but her newly reissued School for Love is about to charm and startle a whole new generation of readers. O, The Oprah Magazine. She has been compared with Graham Greene and Anthony Powell. Anthony Burgess, who thinks the two trilogies may prove to be ‘the finest fictional record of the war produced by a British writer,’ finds in her a kinship with Tolstoy.
Jane Smiley, winner of the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, is the author of many novels and other works. In 2010 she published Private Life, a novel; A Good Horse, a book for young adults; and The Man Who Invented the Computer, the first volume of the Sloane American Inventors series. Home Jane Smiley Page 1 of 1. Anglo-Saxon Attitudes.
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Set in Paris, New York, the Riviera, and Montreal and full of scrupulously observed characters ranging from freebooters and malingerers to runaway children and fashion models, Gallant's stories are at once satirical and lyrical, passionate and skeptical, perfectly calibrated and in constant motion, brilliantly capturing the fatal untidiness of life.