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by Elke Schmitter

eBook Frau Sartoris. download ISBN: 3442760291
Author: Elke Schmitter
Publisher: Berliner Taschenbuch Verlag (March 1, 2002)
Language: German
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Elke Schmitter's Mrs Sartoris has been described as 'an explosive first novel - Madame Bovary in modern Germany - about a wife and mother whose failed love affairs have driven her to the edge of sanity and to a startling attempt at vindication. It has been translated from its original German by Carol Brown Janeway, and was first published in English in 2002.

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Emma Bovary lebt!" Der Tagesspiegel Auf den ersten Blick scheint Margarethe Sartoris eine einfache Frau zu sein. Sie lebt in einer deutschen Kleinstadt, respektiert ihren trägen und anspruchslosen Ehemann Ernst, liebt ihre Schwiegermutter und hat eine schwierige Tochter. Auch wenn sie sich hochfliegende Erwartungen verbietet, ist ihr Verlangen nach Glück nicht erstickt - und Glück, das ist für sie die große Liebe. Und dann schlägt diese Liebe noch einmal zu. Frau Sartoris stürzt sich in eine leidenschaftliche Amour fou mit dem neuen Kulturamtsleiter Michael.

An international sensation, Elke Schmitter's explosive debut novel presents a modern-day twist on Madame Bovary. An erotic, psychologically charged thriller narrated with chilling dispassion, Mrs. Sartoris opens a bracing portal onto obsession and the crucible of love. Margarethe can remember very clearly the last time she was happy: she was eighteen, prized for her beauty, and swept off her feet by her wealthy, dashing boyfriend.

Elke Schmitter: 'Mrs. How far would a married woman go to feel alive again? In her debut novel, journalist Elke Schmitter paints a fascinating portrait of a woman from the German countryside who has gone astray

Elke Schmitter: 'Mrs. How far would a married woman go to feel alive again? In her debut novel, journalist Elke Schmitter paints a fascinating portrait of a woman from the German countryside who has gone astray. It's a classic story of adultery: Mrs. Sartoris could pass for the younger sister of the world famous Madame Bovary - the famous adulteress brought to life by Gustave Flaubert in the 19th century, triggering a veritable scandal through his portrayal of a woman who defied social conventions and followed her feelings.

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An international sensation, Elke Schmitter’s explosive debut novel presents a modern-day twist on Madame .

An international sensation, Elke Schmitter’s explosive debut novel presents a modern-day twist on Madame Bovary. Then he left her. For the last twenty years she has lived in a provincial German town with her dependable husband, her self-directed daughter, and her adoring mother-in-law.

Part confessional, part thriller, Elke Schmitter’s explosive first novel is the . Mrs Sartoris is a troubled woman. The book opens with a cryptic short paragraph in which Mrs Sartoris, who tells the whole story, writes about an incident.

Part confessional, part thriller, Elke Schmitter’s explosive first novel is the story of Margaret. She drinks too much, is unhappy and once upon a time she spent a few months in a psychiatric hospital. She lives with her mother-in-law, her husband and her daughter in a small house. What it is will be revealed very slowly. Small chapters on that incident change with chapters on her life.

ISBN 10: 3442760291 ISBN 13: 9783442760299. Publisher: Berliner Taschenbuch Verlag, 2002.

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