Le jeudi 16 mai 2002 par marguerite
Pas question de musée dans ce roman quoiqu’en dise le titre ! En fait, c’est une métaphore !
Le musée c’est en fait l’arbre généalogique d’une famille. Ce roman nous fait voyager à travers les générations d’une famille dont la narratrice est membre.
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Kate Atkinson calls authors reviewing their peers a 'callous art' The Guardian Atkinson said the review by the American novelist Jonathan Dee baffled her. Dee argued: ?Any new British novel at this particular moment must emerge, it seems, in the shadow of Rachel Cusk.? Cusk, like novelists including Karl Ove Knausgaard and Edward ...
Kate Atkinson's WWII Spy Drama Is Fall's Must Read Novel TIME Kate Atkinson pays close attention to history?and how it repeats itself. In the best-selling writer's 10th novel, Transcription, an unlikely spy, Juliet Armstrong, receives an assignment that will alter her life forever. With a complicated structure ...
Kate Atkinson's new spy novel toys with our expectations Washington Post Kate Atkinson is one of the most prolific of those British literary shape-shifters. Her non-mystery novels, like the award-winning 1995 book ?Behind the Scenes at the Museum,? stand shoulder-to-shoulder alongside her suspense series starring private ... Dip into 4 new mysteries, including Kate Atkinson's 'Transcription'
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Fairy tales helped Kate Atkinson fire up her imagination as a young ... The Globe and Mail The Costa Award-winning author Kate Atkinson returns with her new novel Transcription (Bond Street Books). This time she takes us back to a time of spies, espionage and MI5 during the later years of the Second World War. When Juliet Armstrong was first ...
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Kate Atkinson on 'Transcription' - The New York Times New York Times Atkinson discusses her new novel about a young woman caught up in spy work during World War II. Review: Transcription by Kate Atkinson
Dip into 3 new mysteries for fall ? by Kate Atkinson, Abby Geni and ... Chicago Sun-Times The big fall mysteries have arrived, including a surefire bestseller from Kate Atkinson and novels by Abby Geni and Andrew Gross that reckon in different ways with crime and the American dream. Author Charles Finch has some pumpkin spice reviews.
Kate Atkinson leaves mysteries unanswered Gulf Times Juliet is the latest creation of Britain's Kate Atkinson, an author almost unique in her ability to write like a wizard (she's a three-time winner of the Costa Prize) and sell stacks and stacks of books (three million and counting). In Transcription ...
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In 'Transcription,' Kate Atkinson Delivers a Story of Wartime Espionage New York Times Kate Atkinson has cited ?Alice's Adventures in Wonderland? as one of her favorite books, so it's fitting that her new novel, ?Transcription,? has its own version of the White Rabbit. He appears relatively early in Atkinson's story: only one jump back ...
Kate Atkinson's new novel Transcription asks us how carefully we ... Spectator.co.uk Transcription, Kate Atkinson's 11th novel, sees her returning to the detective fiction she honed in her series about Jackson Brodie, the haunted private eye who, after the murder of his young sister, chased the killers of girls. It also pursues some of ...
Kate Atkinson's new spy novel toys with our emotions and ... Chicago Tribune Kate Atkinson is one of the most prolific of those British literary shape-shifters. Her non-mystery novels, like the award-winning 1995 book "Behind the Scenes at the Museum," stands shoulder-to-shoulder alongside her suspense series starring private ...