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A British stockbroker abandons his wife and career to pursue a simple life as an artist in Tahiti. "The Moon and Sixpence, published in 1919, was one of the novels that galvanized W. Somerset Maugham's reputation as a literary master. It follows the life of one Charles Strickland, a bourgeois city gent whose dull exterior conceals the soul of a genius. Compulsive and impassioned, he abandons his home, wife, and children to devote himself slavishly to painting. In a tiny studio in Paris, he fills canvas after canvas, refusing to sell or even exhibit his work. Beset by poverty, sickness, and his own intransigent, unscrupulous nature, he drifts to Tahiti, where, even after being blinded by leprosy, he produces some of his most extraordinary works of art. Inspired by the life of Paul Gauguin, "The Moon and Sixpence is an unforgettable" study of a man possessed by the need to create?regardless of the cost to himself and to others. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-14-303934-1, Penguin Books Ltd

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The Moon and Sixpence, published in 1919, was one of the novels that galvanized W. Somerset Maugham´s reputation as a literary master. It follows the life of one Charles Strickland, a bourgeois city gent whose dull exterior conceals the soul of a genius. Compulsive and impassioned, he abandons his home, wife, and children to devote himself slavishly to painting. In a tiny studio in Paris, he fills canvas after canvas, refusing to sell or even exhibit his work. Beset by poverty, sickness, and his own intransigent, unscrupulous nature, he drifts to Tahiti, where, even after being blinded by leprosy, he produces some of his most extraordinary works of art. Inspired by the life of Paul Gauguin, ´´The Moon and Sixpence is an unforgettable´´ study of a man possessed by the need to create?regardless of the cost to himself and to others. A British stockbroker abandons his wife and career to pursue a simple life as an artist in Tahiti. Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Penguin Books Ltd

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The Moon and Sixpence
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Maugham, W. Somerset

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The Moon and Sixpence

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9780143039341

"The Moon and Sixpence, published in 1919, was one of the novels that galvanized W. Somerset Maugham's reputation as a literary master. It follows the life of one Charles Strickland, a bourgeois city gent whose dull exterior conceals the soul of a genius. Compulsive and impassioned, he abandons his home, wife, and children to devote himself slavishly to painting. In a tiny studio in Paris, he fills canvas after canvas, refusing to sell or even exhibit his work. Beset by poverty, sickness, and his own intransigent, unscrupulous nature, he drifts to Tahiti, where, even after being blinded by leprosy, he produces some of his most extraordinary works of art. Inspired by the life of Paul Gauguin, "The Moon and Sixpence is an unforgettable" study of a man possessed by the need to create?regardless of the cost to himself and to others.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780143039341
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0143039342
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: PENGUIN CLASSICS
204 Pages
Poids: 0,172 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780143039341

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