One Last Look" is loosely based on the lives of a real governor-general and his sisters who went out to India in 1836 to serve the British Empire.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). One Last Look" is loosely based on the lives of a real governor-general and his sisters who went out to India in 1836 to serve the British Empire. The diary is fictional and spans seven years, but primary sources for the narrative are the published writings of sisters Emily and Fanny Eden, who accompanied their brother George, Earl of Auckland, when he was sent to Calcutta as Governor General.
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Susanna Moore is the author of the novels The Big Girls, One Last Look, In the Cut, Sleeping Beauties, The Whiteness of Bones, My Old Sweetheart, and a book of nonfiction, I Myself Have Seen It. She lives in New York City. Also by susanna moore. The Whiteness of Bones.
One Last Look, Susanna Moore's tale of colonial India, is elegantly written but fails to convince Natasha Walter. One Last Look is a strange departure for Susanna Moore. Next to that novel and its urgent engagement with a contemporary city and sensibility, this feels a little like a holiday.
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One Last Look Moore, Susanna Random House (USA) 9781400075416 : After several wretched months at sea, Eleanor Oliphant arrives in Calcutta with her brother Henry and sister Harriet. Возможна поставка под заказ. При оформлении заказа до: 10 янв 2020 Ориентировочная дата поставки: Середина Февраля При условии наличия книги у поставщика.
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After all, everyone gets ric Susanna Moore used the letters and diaries of three Englishwomen in India at the time of the Great Game with Russia as basis for this novel, sometimes using their actual words. The result is a sly, funny, sad, and moving story of transformation and Empire. Eleanor Oliphant, her sister, and cousin, accompany her brother to India in 1836.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Calcutta in 1836: an uneasy mix of two worldsthe patient, implacably unchangeable India and the tableau vivant of English life created of imperialisms desperation. This is where Lady Eleanor, her sister Harriet,. This is where Lady Eleanor, her sister Harriet, and her brother, Henrythe newly appointed Governor-General of the colonyarrive after a harrowing sea journey from Heaven, across the world, to Hell. But none of them will find India hellish in anticipated ways, and someincluding Harriet and, against her better judgment, Eleanorwill find an irresistible and endlessly confounding heaven.
One Last Look’ is written in the form of journal entries. The author says that she had read many books set during the period in which the story is set (middle 1830s to early 1840s) and she was also inspired by the journals and private papers of Emily Eden, Fanny Eden and Fanny Parkes. In the acknowledgements page, she even says in some instances, I have taken the great liberty of using their own words.
Moore's (In the Cut, 1995, et. fictionalized journal, based on actual published diaries, of life among the Raj in the . fictionalized journal, based on actual published diaries, of life among the Raj in the 1830s and '40s depicts the convoluted relationship of the British to their Indian subjects. Pub Date: Oct. 6th, 2003.