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9788845257124 - Port Mungo
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Port Mungo (?)

ISBN: 9788845257124 (?) o 8845257126, in italiano, Bompiani, Nuovo.

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Jack Rathborne è un pittore. A soli diciassette anni si innamora perdutamente di Vera Savage, anche lei artista. Alla ricerca dell'ispirazione e della concentrazione necessarie alla loro opera, si trasferiscono ai Tropici, a Port Mungo. Dopo un periodo idilliaco, Vera cade nella spirale dell'alcol e del tradimento e sarà Jack a occuparsi della figlia Peg. Fino a quando la ragazza, sfuggita al controllo del padre e sedotta dalla vita dissoluta della madre, muore misteriosamente durante una gita in barca con la donna. Questa, almeno, la versione di Jack: molti anni dopo, a New York, la seconda figlia svelerà il lato oscuro della vicenda.
9781400041657 - McGrath, Patrick: Port Mungo
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McGrath, Patrick (?):

Port Mungo (?)

ISBN: 9781400041657 (?) o 1400041651, IN INGLESE, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Libro in brossura, Nuovo, eBook.

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Fiction, In a seedy river town on the Gulf of Honduras, Jack Rathbone believed he had found a place that would give him and his lover, the accomplished artist Vera Savage, the solitude they would need to create a body of work that would shake the art world to its core. But in a place where time lies thicker than the mangrove swamps that surround it, Jack and Vera discover an emotional frontier more fearsome, untamed, and dangerous than any wilderness.Told through the voice of Jack's adoring sister, Gin, Port Mungo is the riveting story of this ill-fated couple, one that begins as a bohemian flight-of-fancy before unraveling into a dark, debauched and sinister tale. With Port Mungo , the incomparable Patrick McGrath, author of the acclaimed novels Spider and Asylum , delivers a spellbinding narrative to explore the obsessive pursuit of art and love. From the Trade Paperback edition. eBook.
9781400043026 - Patrick Mcgrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick Mcgrath (?):

Port Mungo (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9781400043026 (?) o 1400043026, IN INGLESE, 256 pagine, Vintage, Nuovo, eBook, download digitale.

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In a seedy river town on the Gulf of Honduras, Jack Rathbone believed he had found a place that would give him and his lover, the accomplished artist Vera Savage, the solitude they would need to create a body of work that would shake the art world to its core. But in a place where time lies thicker than the mangrove swamps that surround it, Jack and Vera discover an emotional frontier more fearsome, untamed, and dangerous than any wilderness.Told through the voice of Jack’s adoring sister, Gin, Port Mungo is the riveting story of this ill-fated couple, one that begins as a bohemian flight-of-fancy before unraveling into a dark, debauched and sinister tale. With Port Mungo, the incomparable Patrick McGrath, author of the acclaimed novels Spider and Asylum, delivers a spellbinding narrative to explore the obsessive pursuit of art and love. From the Trade Paperback edition., Kindle Edition, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Vintage, Vintage, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2004-06-01, Freigegeben: 2004-06-01, Studio: Vintage, Verkaufsrang: 544279.
9781400043026 - Patrick Mcgrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick Mcgrath (?):

Port Mungo (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9781400043026 (?) o 1400043026, IN INGLESE, 256 pagine, Vintage, Nuovo, eBook, download digitale.

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In a seedy river town on the Gulf of Honduras, Jack Rathbone believed he had found a place that would give him and his lover, the accomplished artist Vera Savage, the solitude they would need to create a body of work that would shake the art world to its core. But in a place where time lies thicker than the mangrove swamps that surround it, Jack and Vera discover an emotional frontier more fearsome, untamed, and dangerous than any wilderness.Told through the voice of Jack’s adoring sister, Gin, Port Mungo is the riveting story of this ill-fated couple, one that begins as a bohemian flight-of-fancy before unraveling into a dark, debauched and sinister tale. With Port Mungo, the incomparable Patrick McGrath, author of the acclaimed novels Spider and Asylum, delivers a spellbinding narrative to explore the obsessive pursuit of art and love. From the Trade Paperback edition., Kindle Edition, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Vintage, Vintage, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2004-06-01, Freigegeben: 2004-06-01, Studio: Vintage, Verkaufsrang: 493435.
9781400043026 - Patrick Mcgrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick Mcgrath (?):

Port Mungo (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9781400043026 (?) o 1400043026, IN INGLESE, 256 pagine, Vintage, Nuovo, eBook, download digitale.

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In a seedy river town on the Gulf of Honduras, Jack Rathbone believed he had found a place that would give him and his lover, the accomplished artist Vera Savage, the solitude they would need to create a body of work that would shake the art world to its core. But in a place where time lies thicker than the mangrove swamps that surround it, Jack and Vera discover an emotional frontier more fearsome, untamed, and dangerous than any wilderness.Told through the voice of Jack’s adoring sister, Gin, Port Mungo is the riveting story of this ill-fated couple, one that begins as a bohemian flight-of-fancy before unraveling into a dark, debauched and sinister tale. With Port Mungo, the incomparable Patrick McGrath, author of the acclaimed novels Spider and Asylum, delivers a spellbinding narrative to explore the obsessive pursuit of art and love. From the Trade Paperback edition., Kindle Edition, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Vintage, Vintage, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2004-06-01, Freigegeben: 2004-06-01, Studio: Vintage, Verkaufsrang: 275962.
9781400043026 - Patrick McGrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick McGrath (?):

Port Mungo (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9781400043026 (?) o 1400043026, IN INGLESE, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Nuovo, eBook, download digitale.

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In a seedy river town on the Gulf of Honduras, Jack Rathbone believed he had found a place that would give him and his lover, the accomplished artist Vera Savage, the solitude they would need to create a body of work that would shake the art world to its core. But in a place where time lies thicker than the mangrove swamps that surround it, Jack and Vera discover an emotional frontier more fearsome, untamed, and dangerous than any wilderness.Told through the voice of Jack’s adoring sister, Gin, Port Mungo is the riveting story of this ill-fated couple, one that begins as a bohemian flight-of-fancy before unraveling into a dark, debauched and sinister tale. With Port Mungo, the incomparable Patrick McGrath, author of the acclaimed novels Spider and Asylum, delivers a spellbinding narrative to explore the obsessive pursuit of art and love.
1400041651 - Patrick McGrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick McGrath (?):

Port Mungo (?)

ISBN: 1400041651 (?) o 9781400041657, IN INGLESE, Knopf, Usato.

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contemporary,literary,literature and fiction,mystery thriller and suspense,psychological thrillers,thrillers, Patrick McGrath is a writer of astonishing accomplishment: "fiction of a depth and power we hardly hope to encounter anymore," according to Tobias Wolff, with "the drive and suspense of the most shameless thriller [and] the inevitability of myth."Port Mungo, his sixth novel, is a harrowing story of art and love, and of a family cursed by both. Throughout a privileged, eccentric childhood, Jack Rathbone enjoyed the constant adoration of his sister, Gin. So at art school in London, she is pained to see him fall under the spell of Vera Savage, a spectacularly bohemian painter with whom he soon runs off to New York City. From a bruised, bereft distance, Gin follows their southward progress through Miami and prerevolutionary Havana to Port Mungo, a seedy river town in the mangrove swamps along the Gulf of Honduras. Here Jack discovers himself as an artist, and begins to work with a fervor as intense as the restless, boozy waywardness to which Vera gradually succumbs, and which not even the births of two daughters can help to subdue.Patrick McGrath's mesmerizing narrative tracks these lives from the fifties in England to the nineties in Manhattan: the latter-day Gauguin; his buccaneering mate; the girls, Peg and Anna, left adrift in their wake; and Gin herself, their painstaking chronicler, whose house in Greenwich Village eventually becomes a haven for them all.This feverish world of tropical impulses, artistic ambition, and love both reckless and en.
9781400043026 - Patrick McGrath: Port Mungo
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Patrick McGrath (?):

Port Mungo (?)

ISBN: 9781400043026 (?) o 1400043026, IN INGLESE, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Nuovo, eBook, download digitale.

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Patrick McGrath is a writer of astonishing accomplishment: "fiction of a depth and power we hardly hope to encounter anymore," according to Tobias Wolff, with "the drive and suspense of the most shameless thriller [and] the inevitability of myth."Port Mungo, his sixth novel, is a harrowing story of art and love, and of a family cursed by both. Throughout a privileged, eccentric childhood, Jack Rathbone enjoyed the constant adoration of his sister, Gin. So at art school in London, she is pained to see him fall under the spell of Vera Savage, a spectacularly bohemian painter with whom he soon runs off to New York City. From a bruised, bereft distance, Gin follows their southward progress through Miami and prerevolutionary Havana to Port Mungo, a seedy river town in the mangrove swamps along the Gulf of Honduras. Here Jack discovers himself as an artist, and begins to work with a fervor as intense as the restless, boozy waywardness to which Vera gradually succumbs, and which not even the births of two daughters can help to subdue. Patrick McGrath's mesmerizing narrative tracks these lives from the fifties in England to the nineties in Manhattan: the latter-day Gauguin; his buccaneering mate; the girls, Peg and Anna, left adrift in their wake; and Gin herself, their painstaking chronicler, whose house in Greenwich Village eventually becomes a haven for them all. This feverish world of tropical impulses, artistic ambition, and love both reckless and enduring leads the Rathbones, ultimately, to a death swathed in mystery, and to another similarly bound in complicit secrecy, as the imperatives of passion, narcissism, and creativity hold each of them-and the reader-in relentless thrall.
9788845257124 - Patrick McGrath, Traduttore: A. Cristofori: Port Mungo
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Patrick McGrath, Traduttore: A. Cristofori (?):

Port Mungo (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9788845257124 (?) o 8845257126, in italiano, 297 pagine, Bompiani, Nuovo.

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9788845257124 - Patrick McGrath, Traduttore: A. Cristofori: Port Mungo
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Patrick McGrath, Traduttore: A. Cristofori (?):

Port Mungo (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9788845257124 (?) o 8845257126, in italiano, 297 pagine, Bompiani, Nuovo.

7,65 + Spedizione gratuita: 6,00 = 13,65(senza impegno)
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