Ocean Sea

Canongate Books, 2008 - 241 páginas
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A handful of disparate lives converge at a remote seaside inn: a lovelorn professor, a renowned painter, an inscrutable seductress - and a beautiful young girl, fatally ill, brought to the sea by a desperate father's last hope. An intricate web of destinies and associations begins to reveal itself, but it is not until the arrival of a mysterious sailor called Adams that the truth in all its dreamlike beauty and cruelty becomes clear. Adams may furnish the key to the girl's salvation, but only the fulfilment of his obsessive secret purpose - to answer murder with murder - can conclude the journey that has brought him from the ends of the earth. Alternately playful and profoundly serious, Baricco's novel surges with the hypnotic power of the ocean sea.

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A philosophical fable about the anomaly in the world that man is: people disturb, act, are guilty of betrayal and murder, suffer, die, tell stories and lies, while nature, represented by the sea, is ... Leer reseña completa

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I did not love you because of boredom, or solitude, or whim. I loved you because desiring you was stronger than any happiness. And I knew that after all, life is not big enough to hold together all desire can imagine. But I didn’t try to stop myself or stop you. Leer reseña completa

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Sobre el autor (2008)

Alessandro Baricco was born in Turin in 1958. He is the author of many novels, including Silk and Without Blood, all of which have been translated into English. His novel Silk became a film starring Kiera Knightley in 2007 and he has also produced collections of essays and a theatrical monologue. He lives in Italy.

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