The Black Lake (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
140
Utgivningsdatum
2012-11-01
Upplaga
Trade Paperback.
Förlag
Granta Books
Översättare
Ina Rilke
Originalspråk
Dutch; Flemish
Dimensioner
197 x 127 x 13 mm
Vikt
136 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781846273230

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Amid the lush abundance of Java's landscape, two boys spend their days exploring the vast lakes and teeming forests. But as time passes the boys come to realize that their shared sense of adventure cannot bridge the gulf between their backgrounds, for one is the son of a Dutch plantation owner, and the other the son of a servant. Inevitably, as they grow up, they grow estranged and it is not until years later that they meet again. It will be an explosive and emblematic meeting that marks them even more deeply than their childhood friendship did.
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Unostentatious charm... an instant classic -- Emma Hagestadt * Independent * A book that truly breathes... It can break, haunt and stir you... Haasse has a fine, exact way with her story... Mesmerisingly lovely and then suddenly shocking; you have to react. After 60 or more years, and in a quite different world, it is still a wake-up call... Perfect -- Michael Pye * Scotsman * Distinguished, composed with intense concentration, with a cruel heart-breaking climax and a brave, passionate coda... [It] demands several readings... Immaculately constructed -- Paul Binding * Times Literary Supplement * An understated little gem of a book and this fresh and vibrant translation is an event worthy of a wholehearted welcome * New Internationalist * A translation as fresh as any Booker nominee... beautifully judged and a genuinely intriguing insight into the end of a European empire -- Thomas Quinn * Big Issue * Beautiful... conceived and executed with intelligence and grace * Three Percent * A classic * Good Reading Copy *

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Hella S. Haasse was born in 1918 in Batavia, modern-day Jakarta. She moved to the Netherlands after secondary school. She started publishing in 1945 and many of her books have gained classic status in the Netherlands. Haasse has received several prestigious literary awards, among them the Dutch Literature Prize in 2004, and her work has been translated into many languages. The Tea Lords (Portobello 2010) was the first work of hers translated into English for 15 years. She died in 2011. www.hellahaassemuseum.nl