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From one of Britain`s finest authors at work today, a wry, shocking and beautifully-written memoir of childhood, ghosts (real and metaphorical), illness and family. At no. 58 the top of my head comes to the outermost curve of my great-aunt, Annie Connor. Her shape is like the full moon, her smile is beaming the outer rim of her is covered by her pinny, woven with tiny flowers. It is soft from washing her hands are hard and chapped it is barely ten o`clock and she is getting the cabbage on. `Hello, Our Ilary,` she says my family has named me aspirationally, but aspiration doesn`t stretch to the `H`. Giving Up the Ghost is award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel`s wry, shocking and uniquely unusual five-part autobiography of childhood, ghosts, illness and family. It opens in 1995 with `A Second Home`, in which Mantel describes the death of her stepfather, a death which leaves her deeply troubled by the unresolved events of childhood. `Now Geoffrey Don`t Torment Her` begins in typical, gripping Mantel fashion: `Two of my relatives have died by fire. ` Set during the 1950s, it takes the reader into the muffled consciousness of her early childhood, culminating with the birth of a younger brother and the strange candlelit ceremony of her mother`s `churching`. In `The Secret Garden` Mantel moves to a haunted house and mysteriously gains a stepfather. When she is almost eleven, her family flee the gossips and the ghosts, and resolve to start a new life. `Smile` is an account of teenage perplexity, in a household where the keeping of secrets has become a way of life. Convent school provides a certain sanctuary, with tacit assistance from the fearsome `Top Nun. ` In the final section, the author tells how, through medical misunderstandings and neglect, she came to be childless, and how the ghosts of the unborn, like chances missed or pages unturned, have come to haunt her life as a writer. Giving Up the Ghost: From one of Britain`s finest authors at work today, a wry, shocking and beautifully-written memoir of childhood, ghosts (real and metaphorical), illness and family. At no. 58 the top of my head comes to the outermost curve of my great-aunt, Annie Connor. Her shape is like the full moon, her smile is beaming the outer rim of her is covered by her pinny, woven with tiny flowers. It is soft from washing her hands are hard and chapped it is barely ten o`clock and she is getting the cabbage on. `Hello, Our Ilary,` she says my family has named me aspirationally, but aspiration doesn`t stretch to the `H`. Giving Up the Ghost is award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel`s wry, shocking and uniquely unusual five-part autobiography of childhood, ghosts, illness and family. It opens in 1995 with `A Second Home`, in which Mantel describes the death of her stepfather, a death which leaves her deeply troubled by the unresolved events of childhood. `Now Geoffrey Don`t Torment Her` begins in typical, gripping Mantel fashion: `Two of my relatives have died by fire. ` Set during the 1950s, it takes the reader into the muffled consciousness of her early childhood, culminating with the birth of a younger brother and the strange candlelit ceremony of her mother`s `churching`. In `The Secret Garden` Mantel moves to a haunted house and mysteriously gains a stepfather. When she is almost eleven, her family flee the gossips and the ghosts, and resolve to start a new life. `Smile` is an account of teenage perplexity, in a household where the keeping of secrets has become a way of life. Convent school provides a certain sanctuary, with tacit assistance from the fearsome `Top Nun. ` In the final section, the author tells how, through medical misunderstandings and neglect, she came to be childless, and how the ghosts of the unborn, like chances missed or pages unturned, have come to haunt her life as a writer., Harpercollins Publishers

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: HarperCollins UK], KURZE BESCHREIBUNG/ANMERKUNGEN: Wir alle haben Geister in unserem Leben. Es sind Facetten unserer Persönlichkeit, die wir nie realisieren konnten. Für jedes Ja stirbt ein Nein, für jeden Jungen, der geboren wird, entsteht der Geist eines Mädchens.Hilary Mantel hat sich ihren Geistern gestellt. In ihrer Autobiografie erzählt sie von ihrem Aufwachsen in einfachsten Verhältnissen und von den Zwängen, denen sich das eigensinnige und träumerische Mädchen unterwerfen muss. Und sie erzählt von ihrer Krankheit, die dazu führen wird, dass sich das Äußere der jungen Frau verändert und sie niemals Kinder gebären wird. Im Angesicht der Geister entscheidet sie sich für ein Geistesleben und wird zu einer der meistgefeierten Autorinnen und wichtigsten sozialkritischen Stimmen Englands. Von Geist und Geistern erzählt das bewegte und bewegende Leben einer Frau, die ihre Schwächen immer wieder in Stärken verwandelt hat. Ein Zeugnis, das Mut macht und staunen lässt. AUSFÜHRLICHERE BESCHREIBUNG: From one of Britain's finest authors at work today, a wry, shocking and beautifully-written memoir of childhood, ghosts (real and metaphorical), illness and family. At no. 58 the top of my head comes to the outermost curve of my great-aunt, Annie Connor. Her shape is like the full moon, her smile is beaming the outer rim of her is covered by her pinny, woven with tiny flowers. It is soft from washing her hands are hard and chapped it is barely ten o'clock and she is getting the cabbage on. 'Hello, Our Ilary,' she says my family has named me aspirationally, but aspiration doesn't stretch to the 'H'. Giving Up the Ghost is award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel's wry, shocking and uniquely unusual five-part autobiography of childhood, ghosts, illness and family. It opens in 1995 with 'A Second Home', in which Mantel describes the death of her stepfather, a death which leaves her deeply troubled by the unresolved events of childhood. 'Now Geoffrey Don't Torment Her' begins in typical, gripping Mantel fashion: 'Two of my relatives have died by fire. ' Set during the 1950s, it takes the reader into the muffled consciousness of her early childhood, culminating with the birth of a younger brother and the strange candlelit ceremony of her mother's 'churching'. In 'The Secret Garden' Mantel moves to a haunted house and mysteriously gains a stepfather. When she is almost eleven, her family flee the gossips and the ghosts, and resolve to start a new life. 'Smile' is an account of teenage perplexity, in a household where the keeping of secrets has become a way of life. Convent school provides a certain sanctuary, with tacit assistance from the fearsome 'Top Nun. ' In the final section, the author tells how, through medical misunderstandings and neglect, she came to be childless, and how the ghosts of the unborn, like chances missed or pages unturned, have come to haunt her life as a writer., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 20 cm, [GW: 190g]

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From one of Britain´s finest authors at work today, a wry, shocking and beautifully-written memoir of childhood, ghosts (real and metaphorical), illness and family. At no. 58 the top of my head comes to the outermost curve of my great-aunt, Annie Connor. Her shape is like the full moon, her smile is beaming; the outer rim of her is covered by her pinny, woven with tiny flowers. It is soft from washing; her hands are hard and chapped; it is barely ten o´clock and she is getting the cabbage on. ´Hello, Our Ilary,´ she says; my family has named me aspirationally, but aspiration doesn´t stretch to the ´H´. Giving Up the Ghost is award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel´s wry, shocking and uniquely unusual five-part autobiography of childhood, ghosts, illness and family. It opens in 1995 with ´A Second Home´, in which Mantel describes the death of her stepfather, a death which leaves her deeply troubled by the unresolved events of childhood. ´Now Geoffrey Don´t Torment Her´ begins in typical, gripping Mantel fashion: ´Two of my relatives have died by fire. ´ Set during the 1950s, it takes the reader into the muffled consciousness of her early childhood, culminating with the birth of a younger brother and the strange candlelit ceremony of her mother´s ´churching´. In ´The Secret Garden´ Mantel moves to a haunted house and mysteriously gains a stepfather. When she is almost eleven, her family flee the gossips and the ghosts, and resolve to start a new life. ´Smile´ is an account of teenage perplexity, in a household where the keeping of secrets has become a way of life. Convent school provides a certain sanctuary, with tacit assistance from the fearsome ´Top Nun. ´ In the final section, the author tells how, through medical misunderstandings and neglect, she came to be childless, and how the ghosts of the unborn, like chances missed or pages unturned, have come to haunt her life as a writer. Wir alle haben Geister in unserem Leben. Es sind Facetten unserer Persönlichkeit, die wir nie realisieren konnten. Für jedes Ja stirbt ein Nein, für jeden Jungen, der geboren wird, entsteht der Geist eines Mädchens.Hilary Mantel hat sich ihren Geistern gestellt. In ihrer Autobiografie erzählt sie von ihrem Aufwachsen in einfachsten Verhältnissen und von den Zwängen, denen sich das eigensinnige und träumerische Mädchen unterwerfen muss. Und sie erzählt von ihrer Krankheit, die dazu füh Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 07.06.2004 Buch (fremdspr.), HarperCollins, .200

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Wir alle haben Geister in unserem Leben. Es sind Facetten unserer Persönlichkeit, die wir nie realisieren konnten. Für jedes Ja stirbt ein Nein, für jeden Jungen, der geboren wird, entsteht der Geist eines Mädchens.Hilary Mantel hat sich ihren Geistern gestellt. In ihrer Autobiografie erzählt sie von ihrem Aufwachsen in einfachsten Verhältnissen und von den Zwängen, denen sich das eigensinnige und träumerische Mädchen unterwerfen muss. Und sie erzählt von ihrer Krankheit, die dazu füh From one of Britain's finest authors at work today, a wry, shocking and beautifully-written memoir of childhood, ghosts (real and metaphorical), illness and family. At no. 58 the top of my head comes to the outermost curve of my great-aunt, Annie Connor. Her shape is like the full moon, her smile is beaming; the outer rim of her is covered by her pinny, woven with tiny flowers. It is soft from washing; her hands are hard and chapped; it is barely ten o'clock and she is getting the cabbage on. 'Hello, Our Ilary,' she says; my family has named me aspirationally, but aspiration doesn't stretch to the 'H'. Giving Up the Ghost is award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel's wry, shocking and uniquely unusual five-part autobiography of childhood, ghosts, illness and family. It opens in 1995 with 'A Second Home', in which Mantel describes the death of her stepfather, a death which leaves her deeply troubled by the unresolved events of childhood. 'Now Geoffrey Don't Torment Her' begins in typical, gripping Mantel fashion: 'Two of my relatives have died by fire. ' Set during the 1950s, it takes the reader into the muffled consciousness of her early childhood, culminating with the birth of a younger brother and the strange candlelit ceremony of her mother's 'churching'. In 'The Secret Garden' Mantel moves to a haunted house and mysteriously gains a stepfather. When she is almost eleven, her family flee the gossips and the ghosts, and resolve to start a new life. 'Smile' is an account of teenage perplexity, in a household where the keeping of secrets has become a way of life. Convent school provides a certain sanctuary, with tacit assistance from the fearsome 'Top Nun. ' In the final section, the author tells how, through medical misunderstandings and neglect, she came to be childless, and how the ghosts of the unborn, like chances missed or pages unturned, have come to haunt her life as a writer. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-00-714272-9, HarperCollins

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Giving Up the Ghost
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Mantel, Hilary

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Giving Up the Ghost

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0007142722

Beautifully-written memoir from one of Britain's finest authors. Divided into five parts; Mantel dissects a childhood filled with ghosts, her mysterious convent education and her later-life distress at remaining childless. Reissue.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780007142729
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0007142722
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
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