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Seal Woman (Paperback)

Author:  Solveig Eggerz
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 097962553X
ISBN-13: 9780979625534
Sku: 207897484
Publish Date: 4/17/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.25L x 0.5T
Pages:  170
Age Range:  NA
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Fiction. In the rubble of 1947 Berlin, artist Charlotte flees her past and everything she has lost by responding to an ad calling for strong women who can cook and do farm work in Iceland. But painful memories and ghosts follow Charlotte as she struggles to make a new life in a raw and rugged landscape. This powerful debut novel celebrates the power of storytelling as a way of reassembling the fragments of Charlottes broken self and move her--and everyone she loves--toward peace. *Author: Eggerz, Solveig *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 170 *Publication Date: 2007/09/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 8.78 x 5.30 x 0.73 inches
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In the rubble of post-World War II Berlin, artist Charlotte flees her past and everything she's lost by responding to an ad calling for 'strong women who can cook and do farm work' in Iceland. But painful memories and ghosts follow Charlotte as she struggles to make a new life in a raw and rugged landscape. This debut novel celebrates the twin powers of storytelling and art as ways to reassemble the fragments of Charlotte's broken self and move her - and everyone she loves - toward peace.Fiction. In the rubble of 1947 Berlin, artist Charlotte flees her past and everything she has lost by responding to an ad calling for 'strong women who can cook and do farm work' in Iceland. But painful memories and ghosts follow Charlotte as she struggles to make a new life in a raw and rugged landscape. This powerful debut novel celebrates the power of storytelling as a way of reassembling the fragments of Charlotte's broken self and move her--and everyone she loves--toward peace.
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