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Requiem for Harlem: Mercy of a Rude Stream Volume IV, A Novel - Henry Roth
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1995, ISBN: 0312202059

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It's a shame that Henry Roth died in 1995, because now readers will never know what happens to his fictional alter ego, Ira Stigman, once he leaves City College. For readers familiar with Roth's series of autobiographical novels, Requiem for Harlem is the last of four books chronicling the childhood and young adulthood of Stigman; for those who have not yet discovered Roth, consider reading the first three in the series to get a handle on the dark, complicated, and rich world Ira Stigman occupies. Set in 1920s Harlem, Roth's novels explore the life of Jewish immigrants. In earlier volumes, the reader meets Ira, his sister Minnie, his cousin Stella, and his parents. Home life for the Stigmans is hardly heartwarming: the parents are locked in a violent marriage, and the children are involved in incestuous relationships. By the time Roth and Stigman have reached the events chronicled in Requiem for Harlem, Ira and Minnie are no longer sleeping together, but Ira and Stella are. Requiem for Harlem follows Ira through his college years and his attempts to separate from his family, his neighborhood, and his own past. His childish passions for Minnie and Stella give way to his attraction to an older woman, Professor Edith Welles--an attraction that is as complex in its own way as his earlier relationships with his sister and cousin. It's unfortunate that there will be no further volumes taking us through the rest of Ira's life, but for those who contemporary,fiction,literary,literature and fiction Literature & Fiction, Picador

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Completed just months before Henry Roth's death, the four-volume works of "Mercy of a Rude Stream" has become an epic American literary event. Here, in "Requiem for Harlem," Roth tells the psychologically lacerating love story of Ira Stigman, a senior at City College, who has fallen for Edith Welles, NYU professor and muse of modern poets. Set both in the fractured world of Jewish Harlem and in the bohemian maelstrom of Greenwich Village," Requiem for Harlem" provides a fitting epitaph that concludes the literary exodus that propelled Roth from alienation to artistic and personal redemption. Requiem for Harlem Roth, Henry / Roth, Picador USA

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1999, ISBN: 9780312202057

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Moderate wear.Completed just months before Henry Roth's death, the four-volume works of Mercy of a Rude Stream has become an epic American literary event. Here, in Requiem for Harlem, Roth tells the psychologically lacerating love story of Ira Stigman, a senior at City College, who has fallen for Edith Welles, NYU professor and muse of modern poets. Set both in the fractured world of Jewish Harlem and in the bohemian maelstrom of Greenwich Village, Requiem for Harlem provides a fitting epitaph that concludes the literary exodus that propelled Roth from alienation to artistic and personal redemption.291 pages, Picador, 1999

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1999, ISBN: 9780312202057

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Picador USA, 1999. Paperback. Used; Good. Previous owners Annotations/Highlighting. Sent from the UK within 24 hours. EXPEDITED UK DELIVERY AVAILABLE. Bookbarn International Inventory #2435405, Picador USA, 1999

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Picador. Paperback. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., Picador

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In the concluding book in this extraordinary, four-volume spiritual and literary odyssey, Roth tells the psychologically lacerating story of Ira Stigman, a senior at City College, who falls in love with Edith Welles, NYU professor and muse of modern poets.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780312202057
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0312202059
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: PICADOR
291 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,431 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780312202057

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