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ISBN: 978-1-943150-27-4
GTIN: 9781943150274
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Sonia meets Knut in an online literary forum and begins a long-distance relationship with him that gradually turns to obsession. Though Sonia needs to create distance when Knut becomes too absorbing, she also yearns for a less predictable existence. Alternately attracted to and repulsed by Knut, Sonia begins a secret double life of theft and betrayal in which she will ultimately be trapped for years."An atmosphere that evokes the prison labyrinths of Piranessi and the suffocation of the Dostoievskian underground."
Sonia meets Knut in an online literary forum and begins a long-distance relationship with him that gradually turns to obsession. Though Sonia needs to create distance when Knut becomes too absorbing, she also yearns for a less predictable existence. Alternately attracted to and repulsed by Knut, Sonia begins a secret double life of theft and betrayal in which she will ultimately be trapped for years."An atmosphere that evokes the prison labyrinths of Piranessi and the suffocation of the Dostoievskian underground."
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AutorMesa, Sara / Nodal-Tarafa, Adriana (Übers.)
VerlagIngram Publishers Services
EinbandKartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr2017
Seitenangabe200 S.
AusgabekennzeichenEnglisch
MasseH21.7 cm x B14.0 cm x D1.7 cm 254 g
CoverlagDalkey Archive Press (Imprint/Brand)
ReiheSpanish Literature
Gewicht254
ISBN978-1-943150-27-4

Über den Autor Sara Mesa

Sara Mesa is the author of eight works of fiction, including Scar (winner of the Ojo Critico Prize), Four by Four (a finalist for the Herralde Prize), An Invisible Fire (winner of the Premio Málaga de Novela), Among the Hedges, and Bad Handwriting. Her works have been translated into more than ten different languages, and she has been widely praised for her concise, sharp writing style. Adriana Nodal-Tarafa lived in Mexico City and Miami during childhood and adolescence. She currently resides in Seattle. An ongoing career in technical translation and a passion for art have led her to pursue creative translation work in entertainment software, film, and literature. She is a graduate of University of Houston-Virginia and Dalkey Archive Press' Applied Literary Translation program, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology with specialization certificates in Museum studies and Software localization from the University of Washington.

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