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The Skaters' Waltz

Norman, Philip

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ISBN 10: 0671503790 / ISBN 13: 9780671503796
Verlag: Simon & Schuster, US, 1985
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Titel: The Skaters' Waltz

Verlag: Simon & Schuster, US

Erscheinungsdatum: 1985

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand:Good

Auflage: 1st Edition

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When Louis Belmayne, an eleven-year-old who has been abandoned by his parents, discovers that his father has returned, they follow his mother, finally reuniting and running a roller rink on a forgotten pier

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Known in this country for his books about the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, the author was also named one of the Best of Young British Novelists. This richly evocative memoir of a young boy's formative experiences, set in a seaside town on the Isle of Wight, proves Norman a writer of considerable talent. Louis Belmayne is 11 in 1954 when the novel opens with a powerful scene of his father's return home after having abandoned his family; the events leading up to this cataclysm are told in flashback. Through Louis's eyes we intuit the disintegration of his parents' marriage, the worsening relationship between his hot-tempered, unpredictable father, once an RAF ace but now a failure in every business venture and his gentle, overworked mother. But this is not a lugubrious story by any means. There are wonderful scenes of Louis's visits to his adored Nanny Belmayne, who cossets him with special treats; only the reader perceives that she is vulgar and lower-middle class . The seedy roller-skating rink that is his father's latest doomed enterprise is sometimes a haven for Louis and sometimes an ominous place where the tensions between his parents are most visible. The novel has two faults: the recounting of daily minutiae becomes somewhat static, and the ending is abrupt, leaving unanswered the crucial question of Louis's mother's departure. U.K. rights: Hamish Hamilton; translation rights: Literistic. December note to production: try to work layout so that the above review breaks in the middle and goes into another column.
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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