Lost, by Alice Lichtenstein, is a beautiful, literary and profoundly poetic novel. It will appeal to anyone who has ever known or loved a person with Alzheimer's or has lost someone they loved.
Lost, by Alice Lichtenstein, is a beautiful, literary and profoundly poetic novel. The descriptions of loss and grief are profound and the book keeps on getting better with each page. The novel is told from the viewpoint of three people, each with a different story, whose lives become interconnected. The chapters are in the voices of different characters - Corey, Jeff, and Susan
Alice Lichtenstein graduated from Brown University and received her MFA from Boston University.
Alice Lichtenstein graduated from Brown University and received her MFA from Boston University. She has received a New York Foundation of the Arts Grant. Alice’s new novel, THE CRIME OF BEING, forthcoming from Upper Hand Press, November 2019, has already been called "A brilliant, riveting, and emotionally charged story about the crime of black life.
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Lichtenstein is a historical novel by Wilhelm Hauff, first published in 1826, the year before his early death
Lichtenstein is a historical novel by Wilhelm Hauff, first published in 1826, the year before his early death. Set in and around Württemberg, it is considered his greatest literary success next to his fairy-tales, and, together with the work of the almost forgotten Benedikte Naubert, represents the beginning of historical novel-writing in Germany
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By Alice Lichtenstein. With eloquent, spare prose, Alice Lichtenstein paints a compelling portrait of the ways people become lost and found again
By Alice Lichtenstein. This reading group guide for Lost by Alice Lichtenstein includes an introduction, discussion questions, and ideas for enhancing your book club. We hope that these ideas will enrich your conversation and increase your enjoyment of the book. With eloquent, spare prose, Alice Lichtenstein paints a compelling portrait of the ways people become lost and found again. Questions for Discussion. 1. In the opening scene, Corey discovers Christopher’s body in the woods.
The book tells the story of a scientist living in New England whose husband is slipping deeper and deeper into Alzheimer's disease. One winter day, he disappears.
In 2006, Shape magazine named Lichtenstein one of ten "Women Who Shaped the World". Lichtenstein earned a . in nutrition from Cornell University, . in Nutrition from the Pennsylvania State University, and . in nutritional biochemistry from Harvard University. She completed her post-doctoral training at the Cardiovascular Institute, Boston University School of Medicine.
Over the course of one weekend, the massive search for her husband brings Susan together with Jeff, a search and rescue expert and social worker preoccupied with his young wife’s betrayal. In Jeff’s care is Corey, a mute eleven-year-old boy who has been abandoned by his family after accidentally setting a tragic fire. As the temperature drops and the search and rescue effort threatens to become one of search and recovery, they each confront haunting memories and difficult choices that will have an unexpected impact on their collective future. .
From the intersection of these three lives emerges an arresting portrait of the shifting terrain of marriage and the devastating effects of physical and psychological damage. Written in spare, beautiful prose, Lost explores the lengths we will go to take care of someone, and the ways in which responsibility, love, and sorrow can bind people together..