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ISBN:014010450X
Author: Shirley Hazzard
ISBN13: 978-0140104509
Title: The Bay of Noon (King Penguin)
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Penguin Books (July 6, 1988)
Pages: 160

The Bay of Noon (King Penguin) by Shirley Hazzard



Personal Name: Hazzard, Shirley, 1931-. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The bay of noon, Shirley Hazzard.

The Bay of Noon book. She has a way of describing a feeling, evoking an emotion, describing a personality, in so few wor I loved The Great Fire by Shirley Hazzard. At the time that I read it, it was the most beautiful, poetic prose that I had ever read. I recently decided it was time to go back and to read Hazzard's older novels. I really enjoyed The Bay of Noon

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Born in Sydney, Australia, Shirley Hazzard (1931-2016) lived in Hong Kong, New Zealand, Italy, and the United States. She is the author of the acclaimed novel, The Transit of Venus (winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award), as well as several other works of fiction, and most recently a memoir of Graham Greene, Green on Capri.

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1972 : USA Paperback.

Shirley Hazzard achieves an extraordinary density of tone in this slim little book, which is as poised and vivid today as when it was first published in 1970. 1:20 Healy-Rae accused of behaving like a 'leprechaun' at committee. 0:58 Footage released of alleged McGregor phone incident. 1:14 Brexit a 'decision for the British people', says Varadkar.

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A young English girl is introduced to the social life of Naples where she finds intrigue as well as glamour
Reviews: 7
Ces
Shirley Hazzard has an original voice. I am aware from some comments that her prose is challenging to some readers but for many others her words flow beautifully; it is the kind of writing that one loves to speak aloud.

I had previously read a non-fiction book - Greene On Capri - and that led me to The Bay of Noon. The story is a simple one of people relating to each other. Jenny comes to Naples alone to work at an English mission after the Second World War. She has an introduction to Gioconda, a lovely woman who is a writer and her lover, a film director named Gianni. At her place of work she meets a Scotsman named Justin the three of them become more and more involved with Jenny, and how each changes in their relationships.

I must confess that one of the reasons why I selected this book is the setting of Naples. Having visited the city, I particularly enjoyed Ms. Hazzard's descriptions of the streets and buildings of Naples and, of course, the wonderful bay. Chapter seven is particularly evocative of Naples where Jenny relates her growing love of the city. Ms. Hazzard follows the development of Jenny from a girl evacuated to Africa, to a young woman experiencing love for the first time to a mature woman who has acquired wisdom over time. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a writer who weaves a beautiful tapestry of words and delves deeply into the psyche of her characters.
Qane
Ah so wonderful. I read The Great Fire and then had to read everything else she wrote. The most unusual feminist writer of all of them. Subtle, intelligent and perfect.
Skillet
Had not read any of her work in many a year and rather liked this one.
A well told story of interesting characters doing entirely believable things
tamada
I loved this book. Shirley Hazzard's writing is elegant and insightful. I have read almost all her novels this year and am sorry now to be reading the last of her books. It was a great day when I first came across this author!
Cel
Shirley Hazzard writes intelligent books. Her plots, characters and historical research all come together seamlessly so that when you finish one of her books you have been not only entertained, but educated. She never insults her readers.
Not-the-Same
good
Saimath
Beautifully written book in every way. A thoroughly believable tale of friendships and relationships
See comment on the Evening of the Holiday. Again, a book I had read before and enjoyed.