Ik heet Lucy Barton : roman

Elizabeth Strout (author), Barbara De Lange (translator)
Lucy Barton is langzaam aan het herstellen van wat een simpele operatie had moeten zijn. Haar moeder, die ze jaren niet gezien heeft, komt op ziekenbezoek. Door te praten over mensen die Lucy nog uit het dorp van haar jeugd kent zoeken ze aarzelend toenadering tot elkaar. Maar net onder de oppervlakte ligt nog steeds de spanning die al die tijd tussen hen in heeft gestaan. Ik heet Lucy Barton is e
Ik heet Lucy Barton : roman
Elizabeth Strout
Barbara De Lange
Original language
Original title
My name is Lucy Barton
Amsterdam: Atlas Contact, 2016
146 p. (ePub2)

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About Elizabeth Strout

Elizabeth Strout (born January 6, 1956) is an American novelist and author. She is widely known for her works in literary fiction and her descriptive characterization. Born and raised in Portland, Maine, her experiences in her youth served as inspiration for her novels–the fictional "Shirley Falls, Maine" is the setting of four of her seven novels.

Strout's first novel, Amy and Isabelle (1998) met with widespread critical acclaim, became a national bestseller, and was adapted into a movie starring Elisabeth Shue. Her second novel, Abide with Me (2006), received critical acclaim but ultimately failed to be recognized to the extent of her debut novel. Two years later, Strout wrote and published Olive Kitteridge (2008), to critical and commercial success grossing nearly $25 million with over one million copies sold as of May 2017. The novel won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The book was adapted into a multi Emmy Award-winning mini series and be…Read more on Wikipedia