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Titel: The Woman Who Talked to Herself
Verlag: Hutchinson, London
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good
Auflage: First Edition.
Art des Buches: Used
Hardback in good condition; minor wear on jacket. Superficial marks and scores on front and rear of jacket. Boards unmarked, but slightly bumped on edges; contents clean and sound throughout. TPW. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 256847
Inhaltsangabe: This work looks at the life of a middle-aged female storyteller who tells the stories in this book. The stories are concerned with unfulfilled and usually perverted sexual relationships, which are in turn linked to the storyteller's own unsuccessful marriage.
Über den Autor: A. L. Barker (1918-2002) was a short story writer and novelist. Born in St Paul's Cray, Kent, she lived in the same milieu where London borders on Kent and Surrey, for the rest of her life. As her Oxford DNB entry says it was 'the chief setting for her work, which often seemed to partake of the quotidian mysteriousness and even abandonment of these areas.' Her first selection of short stories, Innocents, won the Somerset Maugham award in 1947. Of her short stories, Robert Nye has written, 'stories as carefully composed as poems, quiet and delicate and reserved perhaps, but oddly lingering in the mind.' Although a stranger to commercial success, she never wanted for admirers, Jane Gardam, Francis King, Auberon Waugh, Evelyn Waugh, Rebecca West, John Sutherland, Deborah Moggach, Ronald Blythe, Susan Hill, A. S. Byatt, Adam Mars-Jones, Nina Bawden and Victoria Glendinning being just some of them. A. L. Barker deserves to be better known. Faber Finds is proud to be reissuing her entire oeuvre, six volumes of short stories - Innocents, Novelette with Other Stories, Femina Real, Life Stories, No Words of Love and Element of Doubt - and thirteen novels - Apology for a Hero, A Case Examined, The Joy-Ride and After, Lost Upon the Roundabouts, The Middling, John Brown's Body, Source of Embarrassment, A Heavy Feather, Relative Successes, The Gooseboy, The Woman Who Talked to Herself, Zeph and The Haunt.
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