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A Woman of Judah: A Novel and Fifteen Stories

Frame, Ronald

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ISBN 10: 0393026922 / ISBN 13: 9780393026924
Verlag: W W Norton & Co Inc, New York, 1989
Gebraucht Zustand: Very Good Hardcover
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Titel: A Woman of Judah: A Novel and Fifteen ...

Verlag: W W Norton & Co Inc, New York

Erscheinungsdatum: 1989

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand:Very Good

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included

Auflage: 1st Edition

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The novel and 15 short fictions contained in this book are concerned with the enigmas people make of themselves. In settings as diverse as London, Paris, Hollywood, Egypt, and a Victorian harborside tavern, these stories show--with insight and precision--how people react to their predicaments.

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In the title novel of these intricate and brooding fictions about English life (the other 15 pieces in this collection are short stories), Frame recasts the biblical tale of the virtuous wife Susanna accused in her bath. An elderly judge recalls how, as a young lawyer in a gossipy English town in the 1930s, he became obsessed with the case of voluptuous Vivien Davies. Two grotesque elders, finding her barelegged by her garden pool, had charged her with lewd conduct. Over the years, the lawyer tracks Vivien's relations with many men, and continues to ponder the enigma of this sultrily provocative woman. A number of the stories bear thematic affinities with the novel in emphasizing the inscrutably secretive nature of peoples' lives. In "The Chinese Garden," an investigator whose wife has left him takes his small daughter to the scene where a woman was bizarrely murdered and re-creates the act in his imagination. A married man in "Rendezvous" carries on an affair with a woman for 25 years, not knowing whether she had aborted their child. The narrator in "Fruits de Mer" observes doomed fish swimming in tanks in a restaurant and invents intrigues about the other diners. He confides, "My 'story' is about being on the fringes of other peoples' stories." Frame, who lives in Scotland, writes in the manner of an updated Hardy or Meredith. His fiction reveals a ripe, meditative, often voyeuristic view of sexuality as a dark, enmeshing force.
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