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    • Paris in the Present Tense

    • Autor: Mark Helprin
    • Sprecher: Bronson Pinchot
    • Spieldauer: 14 Std. und 35 Min.
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    In the midst of what should be an effulgent time of life, with its days bright with music, family, and rowing on the Seine, Jules is confronted headlong and all at once by a series of challenges to his principles, livelihood, and home, forcing him to grapple with his complex past and find a way forward. He risks fraud to save his terminally ill infant grandson, matches wits with a renegade insurance investigator, is drawn into an act of savage violence, and falls deeply, excitingly in love with a young cellist who is a third his age.

    Regulärer Preis: 26,95 €

    • In Sunlight and in Shadow

    • Autor: Mark Helprin
    • Sprecher: Sean Runnette
    • Spieldauer: 29 Std. und 53 Min.
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    New York in 1947 glows with postwar energy. Harry Copeland, an elite paratrooper who fought behind enemy lines in Europe, returns home to run the family business. In a single, magical encounter on the Staten Island ferry, the young singer and heiress Catherine Thomas Hale falls for him instantly but too late to prevent her engagement to a much older man. Harry and Catherine pursue one another in a romance played out in postwar America’s Broadway theaters, Long Island mansions, and the haunts of gangsters.

    Regulärer Preis: 25,95 €

    • Digital Barbarism

    • A Writer's Manifesto
    • Autor: Mark Helprin
    • Sprecher: David Colacci
    • Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 58 Min.
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    World-renowned novelist Mark Helprin offers a ringing Jeffersonian defense of private property in the age of digital culture, with its degradation of thought and language, and collectivist bias against the rights of individual creators.

    Regulärer Preis: 31,95 €