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National Book Critics Circle Award, IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, PEN/Faulkner Award, Southeast Booksellers Assn. -- fiction The critically reviewed novel opens with the kidnapping of a Japanese CEO, Mr. Hosokawa, and his sidekick-translator, Gen, while on a trip to an unnamed South American country for a lavish birthday party in Hosokawas honor at which Roxane Coss, a famous American opera diva, is entertaining the guests. Though an unlikely setting for a sublime novel which, at its core, reminds us what it is that makes us human, Bel Canto is all that--and more. It is also a story about language, culture, struggle, love and music, an exploration of what divides us, and most importantly, what unites us. To set a novel in a hostage situation is a bold move, but to render from that dramatic situation a moving exploration of how it is possible for people to find ways of communicating, not only across linguistic but also cultural and political divisions, is nothing short of miraculous. The theatricality and dramatic intensity of the story itself, with its pairings of opposites in two love stories the confusions of sexual identities and the transformation of what at first seems to be a hellish imprisonment into a kind of paradise, are all wonderfully realized. Not only does the novel engender in the reader the very passion for art and the language of music, but the reader will find him or herself fervently wanting the magical awakenings and love affairs to continue forever, even though you know that the violence of the real world must and will intrude. Bel Canto, English edition: The critically reviewed novel opens with the kidnapping of a Japanese CEO, Mr. Hosokawa, and his sidekick-translator, Gen, while on a trip to an unnamed South American country for a lavish birthday party in Hosokawas honor at which Roxane Coss, a famous American opera diva, is entertaining the guests. Though an unlikely setting for a sublime novel which, at its core, reminds us what it is that makes us human, Bel Canto is all that--and more. It is also a story about language, culture, struggle, love and music, an exploration of what divides us, and most importantly, what unites us. To set a novel in a hostage situation is a bold move, but to render from that dramatic situation a moving exploration of how it is possible for people to find ways of communicating, not only across linguistic but also cultural and political divisions, is nothing short of miraculous. The theatricality and dramatic intensity of the story itself, with its pairings of opposites in two love stories the confusions of sexual identities and the transformation of what at first seems to be a hellish imprisonment into a kind of paradise, are all wonderfully realized. Not only does the novel engender in the reader the very passion for art and the language of music, but the reader will find him or herself fervently wanting the magical awakenings and love affairs to continue forever, even though you know that the violence of the real world must and will intrude. Englisch Romane/Erzählungen, IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, Musik Romane/Erzählungen, National Book Critics Circle Award, PEN/Faulkner Award, Harpercollins US

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: HarperCollins US], KURZE BESCHREIBUNG/ANMERKUNGEN: This spellcasting novel about love and opera, and the unifying ways people learn to communicate across cultural barriers in times of crisis, was a critical success in hardcover. This new edition will have the new Perennial logo as well as a P.S. Section. AUSFÜHRLICHERE BESCHREIBUNG: The critically reviewed novel opens with the kidnapping of a Japanese CEO, Mr. Hosokawa, and his sidekick-translator, Gen, while on a trip to an unnamed South American country for a lavish birthday party in Hosokawas honor at which Roxane Coss, a famous American opera diva, is entertaining the guests. Though an unlikely setting for a sublime novel which, at its core, reminds us what it is that makes us human, Bel Canto is all that--and more. It is also a story about language, culture, struggle, love and music, an exploration of what divides us, and most importantly, what unites us. To set a novel in a hostage situation is a bold move, but to render from that dramatic situation a moving exploration of how it is possible for people to find ways of communicating, not only across linguistic but also cultural and political divisions, is nothing short of miraculous. The theatricality and dramatic intensity of the story itself, with its pairings of opposites in two love stories the confusions of sexual identities and the transformation of what at first seems to be a hellish imprisonment into a kind of paradise, are all wonderfully realized. Not only does the novel engender in the reader the very passion for art and the language of music, but the reader will find him or herself fervently wanting the magical awakenings and love affairs to continue forever, even though you know that the violence of the real world must and will intrude., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, H: 203mm, B: 135mm, T: 20mm, [GW: 263g]

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The critically reviewed novel opens with the kidnapping of a Japanese CEO, Mr. Hosokawa, and his sidekick-translator, Gen, while on a trip to an unnamed South American country for a lavish birthday party in Hosokawas honor at which Roxane Coss, a famous American opera diva, is entertaining the guests. Though an unlikely setting for a sublime novel which, at its core, reminds us what it is that makes us human, Bel Canto is all that--and more. It is also a story about language, culture, struggle, love and music, an exploration of what divides us, and most importantly, what unites us. To set a novel in a hostage situation is a bold move, but to render from that dramatic situation a moving exploration of how it is possible for people to find ways of communicating, not only across linguistic but also cultural and political divisions, is nothing short of miraculous. The theatricality and dramatic intensity of the story itself, with its pairings of opposites in two love stories; the confusions of sexual identities; and the transformation of what at first seems to be a hellish imprisonment into a kind of paradise, are all wonderfully realized. Not only does the novel engender in the reader the very passion for art and the language of music, but the reader will find him or herself fervently wanting the magical awakenings and love affairs to continue forever, even though you know that the violence of the real world must and will intrude. Bücher / Belletristik / Romane & Erzählungen, [PU: Harper & Row; Collins; HarperCollins]

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Somewhere in South America, at the home of the country's vice president, a lavish birthday party is being held in honor of the powerful businessman Mr. Hosokawa. Roxanne Coss, opera's most revered soprano, has mesmerized the international guests with her singing. It is a perfect evening -- until a band of gunwielding terrorists takes the entire party hostage. But what begins as a panicked, life-threatening scenario slowly evolves into something quite different, a moment of great beauty, as terrorists and hostages forge unexpected bonds and people from different continents become compatriots, intimate friends, and lovers. Bel Canto Patchett, Ann, Harper Perennial

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(Bel Canto) By Patchett, Ann (Author) Paperback on (08 , 2005)
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(Bel Canto) By Patchett, Ann (Author) Paperback on (08 , 2005)

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0060838728

"A strange, terrific, spellcasting story" ("San Francisco Chronicle"), "Bel Canto" engenders in the reader the very passion for art and the language of music that its characters discover.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060838728
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
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Gewicht: 0,263 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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