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    • The Counterlife

    • Autor: Philip Roth
    • Sprecher: Malcolm Hillgartner
    • Spieldauer: 12 Std. und 14 Min.
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    The Counterlife is about people enacting their dreams of renewal and escape, some of them going so far as to risk their lives to alter seemingly irreversible destinies. Wherever they may find themselves, the characters of The Counterlife are tempted unceasingly by the prospect of an alternative existence that can reverse their fate. Illuminating these lives in transition and guiding us through the book's evocative landscapes, familiar and foreign, is the mind of the novelist Nathan Zuckerman.

    Regulärer Preis: 26,95 €

    • Zuckerman Unbound

    • The Nathan Zuckerman Series, Book 2
    • Autor: Philip Roth
    • Sprecher: Malcolm Hillgartner
    • Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 28 Min.
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    Now in his mid-thirties, Nathan Zuckerman, a would-be recluse despite his newfound fame as a best-selling author, ventures onto the streets of Manhattan in the final year of the turbulent 60s. Not only is he assumed by his fans to be his own fictional satyr, Gilbert Carnovsky ("Hey, you do all that stuff in that book?"), he also finds himself the target of admonishers, advisors, and sidewalk literary critics. The recent murders of Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. lead an unsettled Zuckerman to wonder if "target" may be more than a figure of speech.

    Regulärer Preis: 23,95 €

    • The Prague Orgy

    • The Nathan Zuckerman Series, Book 4
    • Autor: Philip Roth
    • Sprecher: Malcolm Hillgartner
    • Spieldauer: 2 Std. und 17 Min.
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    In quest of the unpublished manuscript of a martyred Yiddish writer, the American novelist Nathan Zuckerman travels to Soviet-occupied Prague in the mid-1970s. There, in a nation straightjacketed by totalitarian Communism, he discovers a literary predicament, marked by institutionalized oppression, that is rather different from his own. He also discovers, among the oppressed writers with whom he quickly becomes embroiled in a series of bizarre and poignant adventures, a perverse kind of heroism.

    Regulärer Preis: 15,95 €