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Nelle pagine di Casa Howard si intrecciano le vicende di tre famiglie: i Wilcox, borghesi arricchiti e arroganti, disumanizzati dal potere economico; le sorelle Schlegel, raffinate, colte, idealiste; infine i coniugi Bast, lei una donna volgare, lui un povero impiegatuccio, sull'orlo della rovina. I loro destini si incrociano a partire da quando la signora Wilcox stringe ...more
Paperback, I Edizione Oscar n° 2078, 333 pages
Published March 1989 by Mondadori (first published 1910)
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Yesenia It is a beautiful book, beautifully written! And it makes you think about life, love, wealth, social inequality, family, art, relations, intimacy,…moreIt is a beautiful book, beautifully written! And it makes you think about life, love, wealth, social inequality, family, art, relations, intimacy, connection!, without feeling heavy or pedagogical. And it makes you love the two heroines so much, that after you finish, you want to know more about what happened to them... The story might not be the most interesting thing--it is not meant to be, it is not a detective or adventure or suspense crime novel. If you read a book for original storylines, this might not be what you want. If you read a book to get lost in the lives of other people and away from your own, this is definitely what you want!(less)
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Очень форстеровский роман, показывающий, насколько уважаемый автор понятия не имел о том, что движет женщинами и что они вообще такое. Хелен, Маргарет, Рут Уилкокс, даже Тибби -- оживленные тени, бесплотные типажи невозможного. Вся такая внезапная Хелен -- недаром критики пишут еще с первого издания романа, что в ее любовную линию невозможно поверить. Маргарет, которая так странно и бездумно выходит замуж. Тибби, который просто сочетание словаря с желудком. Живые и, увы, настоящие там -- Чарльз, ...more
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