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De wintersoldaat : roman

Daniel Mason (author), Theo Schoemaker (translator)

Wenen, 1914. Lucius is een tweeëntwintigjarige geneeskundestudent als Europa in de greep raakt van de Eerste Wereldoorlog. Meegesleept door romantische verhalen over operaties op het slagveld neemt hij dienst in het leger en rekent op een aanstelling bij een goedgeorganiseerd veldhospitaal. Maar als hij aankomt in een gevorderde kerk ergens ver afgelegen in een dal in de Karpaten, treft hij een

Title
De wintersoldaat : roman
Author
Daniel Mason
Translator
Theo Schoemaker
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The winter soldier
Publisher
Amsterdam: Hollands Diep, 2019
ISBN
9789048848638
CloudLibrary
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About Daniel Mason

For the American composer, see Daniel Gregory Mason.

Daniel Mason (b. ca. 1976) is an American novelist and physician. He is the author of The Piano Tuner and A Far Country. He was raised in Palo Alto, California, and received a BA in biology from Harvard University, later graduating from the UCSF School of Medicine. He wrote his first novel, The Piano Tuner, while still a medical student. It was later the basis for a 2004 opera of the same name (composed by Nigel Osborne to a libretto by Amanda Holden). Mason's second novel, A Far Country, was published in March 2007. His work has been published in 28 countries. He is married to the novelist Sara Houghteling.

In May 2020, Mason was the recipient of the $50,000 Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Literary Prize.

Mason is a psychiatrist affiliated with Stanford Hospital, and teaches literature at Stanford University.

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