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With comparisons to Flaubert, Chekhov, and Faulkner, O. Henry Award-winner John Biguenet earned wide acclaim for his debut short-story collection, The Torturer''s Apprentice. In his astonishing first novel, Oyster, he demonstrates the same mastery of craft and rigor of vision that led critics across the country to join Robert Olen Butler in praising this important new writer.Set on the Louisiana coast in 1957, Oyster recounts the engrossing tale of a deadly rivalry between two families. To avoid ruin after years of declining oyster crops, Felix and Mathilde Petitjean offer their young daughter, Therese, in marriage to 52-year-old Horse Bruneau, who holds the papers on their boat and house. Bruneau has spent his life as Felix''s rival for both the Petitjeans'' century-old oyster beds and, as we learn, Mathilde. But as Therese explains to Horse one night as they float in a pirogue alone in the marsh, I don''t get bought for the price of no damn boat. The spiraling violence of Oyster and the seething passions behind it drive an unpredictable tale of murder and revenge in which two women and the men who desire them play out a drama as elemental and inexorable as a Greek tragedy. John Biguenet, Books, Fiction and Literature, Oyster: A Novel Books>Fiction and Literature, HarperCollins

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With comparisons to Flaubert, Chekhov, and Faulkner, O. Henry Award-winner John Biguenet earned wide acclaim for his debut short-story collection, The Torturer's Apprentice. In his astonishing first novel, Oyster, he demonstrates the same mastery of craft and rigor of vision that led critics across the country to join Robert Olen Butler in praising this "important new writer."Set on the Louisiana coast in 1957, Oyster recounts the engrossing tale of a deadly rivalry between two families. To avoid ruin after years of declining oyster crops, Felix and Mathilde Petitjean offer their young daughter, Therese, in marriage to 52-year-old Horse Bruneau, who holds the papers on their boat and house. Bruneau has spent his life as Felix's rival for both the Petitjeans' century-old oyster beds and, as we learn, Mathilde. But as Therese explains to Horse one night as they float in a pirogue alone in the marsh, "I don't get bought for the price of no damn boat." The spiraling violence of Oyster and the seething passions behind it drive an unpredictable tale of murder and revenge in which two women and the men who desire them play out a drama as elemental and inexorable as a Greek tragedy. contemporary,fiction,literary,literature and fiction,mystery thriller and suspense,thrillers Thrillers, Ecco

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With comparisons to Flaubert, Chekhov, and Faulkner, O. Henry Award-winner John Biguenet earned wide acclaim for his debut short-story collection, The Torturer's Apprentice. In his astonishing first novel, Oyster, he demonstrates the same mastery of craft and rigor of vision that led critics across the country to join Robert Olen Butler in praising this "important new writer." Set on the Louisiana coast in 1957, "Oyster" recounts the engrossing tale of a deadly rivalry between two families. To avoid ruin after years of declining oyster crops, Felix and Mathilde Petitjean offer their young daughter, Therese, in marriage to 52-year-old Horse Bruneau, who holds the papers on their boat and house. Bruneau has spent his life as Felix's rival for both the Petitjeans' century-old oyster beds and, as we learn, Mathilde. But as Therese explains to Horse one night as they float in a pirogue alone in the marsh, "I don't get bought for the price of no damn boat." The spiraling violence of "Oyster" and the seething passions behind it drive an unpredictable tale of murder and revenge in which two women and the men who desire them play out a drama as elemental and inexorable as a Greek tragedy. Oyster Biguenet, John, Ecco Press

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Oyster is the critically acclaimed novel from the O. Henry Award -- winning author of The Torturer´s Apprentice. Set on the Louisiana coast in 1957, it recounts the engrossing tale of a deadly rivalry between two families. To avoid ruin after years of declining oyster crops, Felix and Mathilde Petitjean offer their young daughter, Therese, in marriage to 52-year-old Horse Bruneau, who holds the papers on their boat and house. Bruneau has spent his life as Felix´s rival for both the Petitjeans´ century-old oyster beds and, as we learn, Mathilde. But as Therese explains to Horse one night as they float in a pirogue alone in the marsh, ´´I don´t get bought for the price of no damn boat.´´The sudden, spiraling violence of Oyster and the seething passions behind it drive an unpredictable tale of murder and revenge in which two women and the men who desire them play out a drama as elemental and inexorable as a Greek tragedy. Oyster Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Krimis & Thriller>Thriller, Ecco Press

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New York: Ecco, 2003. Trade paperback, Subtitled: Desire, Memory, and Murder on the Bayou. One of those dark and highly atmospheric southern novels. This guy gets compared to a couple old hacks like Flaubert and Chekhov. Biguenet is also winner of the O. Henry Award. Set on the Louisiana coast of 1957 this is the story of a rivalry between two families. Felix and Mathilde offer their daughter, Therese, in marriage to 52 year-old Horse Bruneau when he threatens to repossess their house and boat. That leads to all manner of trouble on the bayou. Shrimp and oysters, sex and violence in the muddy marshes of Louisiana. I just finished it and liked it quite a lot., Ecco, 2003

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Oyster
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Biguenet, John

Titel:

Oyster

ISBN-Nummer:

0060514477

The much-anticipated novel from the O. Henry Award-winning author of "The Torturer's Apprentice" is set in 1957 on the Louisiana coast and spins a tale of murder and revenge in which two women and the men who desire them play out a drama as inexorable as a Greek tragedy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060514471
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060514477
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: ECCO
304 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,268 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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