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The Forger - Paul Watkins
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At the turn of World War II, David Halifax is a young American painter who receives a scholarship to come to Paris and work under the tutelage of the mysterious and brilliant Russian painter, Alexander Pankratov. Getting more than he bargained for, Halifax is quickly subjected to Pankratov's rigid will, and beguiled by the quiet, nude model that poses before them. But Paris is also a city that is holding its breath. As the German invasion becomes imminent the once-indomitable city begins At the turn of World War II, David Halifax is a young American painter who receives a scholarship to come to Paris and work under the tutelage of the mysterious and brilliant Russian painter, Alexander Pankratov. Getting more than he bargained for, Halifax is quickly subjected to Pankratov's rigid will, and beguiled by the quiet, nude model that poses before them. But Paris is also a city that is holding its breath. As the German invasion becomes imminent the once-indomitable city begins to expect the worst. Beneath Paris' blanket of fear and eerie calm, David Halifax realizes the true purpose of his visit: Pankratov is to train him in duplicating the masterworks of the Paris museums, and with the aid of a wily art dealer, barter the fakes to Hitler's legion of art dealers. What develops is a cat-and-mouse game through Paris' silent streets, in the tunnels beneath its museums, and eventually into the scorched countryside of Normandy. In their frantic race to complete one last forgery, both David and Pankratov are forced to confront the terrible sacrifices one must finally make for art; a sacrifice of identity, and perhaps of the soul. Author Biography: Paul Watkins is the author of seven novels, including The Story of My Disappearance, Archangel and The Promise of Light, as well as the memoir Stand Before Your God. He lives in New Jersey. Books, Fiction~~General, Forger~~Paul-Watkins, 653889, The Forger, Paul Watkins, 0312276966, Picador, , , , , Picador

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I reached Paris early in the summer of 1939," begins narrator David Halifax. Following in the footsteps of another generation of American expatriates, he has come to Paris for the sake of art (in his case, at the atelier of the temperamental and brilliant Alexander Pankratov). And like those earlier artists, he has arrived at a particularly crucial moment, as France is simultaneously preparing for and ignoring the threat of war. David vows to ignore the vagaries of the quotidian, however, immersing himself in his painting, down to the minutest detail, so that it would stop being the whole picture and would break down into its individual parts, which were different from what the parts had been in reality. Now they were fragments of a different thing, a thing all by itself. But the ghost of the canvas underneath, the reminder of it, would always bring you back into the world from which the painting had emerged, many incarnations ago. And of course, he isbrought back to the world: far from being the muse of escape, his talent will be the siren that draws him irrevocably into the harsh world of war. When Pankratov recruits David as part of the movement to replace priceless French-owned paintings with forgeries before the Germans seize them, the young artist quickly becomes absorbed by the very idea of forgery, by the necessity to adopt another identity, to live and breathe and be the master he copies. But when their lives depend on action and adventure,contemporary,genre fiction,historical,literary,literature and fiction,mystery thriller and suspense,suspense,thrillers,war Suspense, Picador

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On the eve of World War II, David Halifax, a young American painter, receives a scholarship to come to Paris and work under the tutelage of the mysterious Russian artist Alexander Pankratov. But as Nazi forces encroach, Halifax realizes the true purpose of his visit: to forge masterworks of the Paris museums, and with the aid of a wily art trader, barter the fakes to Hitler's legion of art dealers. What develops is a riveting cat-and-mouse game that moves through Paris's silent streets, through the tunnels beneath its museums, and eventually into the war-torn countryside of Normandy. The Forger Watkins, Paul, Picador USA

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The Forger
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Watkins, Paul

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The Forger

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9780312276966

At the turn of World War II, a young American painter is employed to forge masterworks of the Paris museums and, with the aid of a wily art trader, to barter the fakes to Hitler's legion of art dealers.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780312276966
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0312276966
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Date de parution: 2001
Editeur: PICADOR
322 Pages
Poids: 0,431 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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