The Danube Testament ingrid Mann

ISBN: 9781904027126

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The Danube Testament  by  ingrid Mann

The Danube Testament by ingrid Mann
| Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 267 pages | ISBN: 9781904027126 | 5.48 Mb

Clinging to a precarious sanity, S., the narrator, inhabits a shifting succession of selves. In the eyes of the matriarch Mia, who feeds his fantasies of hereditary guilt with tales of family scandal, S. is the ideal card partner and untiringMoreClinging to a precarious sanity, S., the narrator, inhabits a shifting succession of selves. In the eyes of the matriarch Mia, who feeds his fantasies of hereditary guilt with tales of family scandal, S.

is the ideal card partner and untiring listener. To his American cousin Hannah, he is a romantic figure, the lost love of her youth. To the precocious English schoolgirl Sherrill, he is a harmless, pathetic old lecher- while the psychiatrist Dr Rosen sees his patient as a professional enigma who is turning into a dangerous personal enemy. To the police inspector, to his sister Eva and to Brother Sebastian of the hospital staff S.

appears in yet other guises. In his own eyes, meanwhile, he is a tragic hero: a visionary artist who suddenly finds that he has become the instrument of an implacable destiny.



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