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Sophie's Choice

As the fierce lovemaking and fights of Nathan, a paranoid Jewish intellectual, and Sophie, a Polish-Catholic concentration-camp survivor, intensify, Stingo, a writer who lives below them in a cheap rooming house, becomes more and more involved in their lives.

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  • "A escolha de Sofia"
  • "Sophie's Choice"
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  • "As the fierce lovemaking and fights of Nathan, a paranoid Jewish intellectual, and Sophie, a Polish-Catholic concentration-camp survivor, intensify, Stingo, a writer who lives below them in a cheap rooming house, becomes more and more involved in their lives."@en
  • "As the fierce lovemaking and fights of Nathan, a paranoid Jewish intellectual, and Sophie, a Polish-Catholic concentration-camp survivor, intensify, Stingo, a writer who lives below them in a cheap rooming house, becomes more and more involved in their lives."
  • "Set in Brooklyn in 1947, this novel tells the story of Sophie, a Polish Catholic immigrant who is haunted by her memories of the concentration camp in wartime Europe and the terrible choice she was forced to make."
  • "Set in Brooklyn in 1947, and tells the story of Sophie, a Polish Catholic immigrant wo is haunted by her memories of the concentration camp in wartime Europe and the terrible choice she had to make."
  • "Stingo, a young southerner, who journeyed north in 1947 to become a writer becomes intellectually and emotionally entanglement with his neighbors in a Brooklyn rooming house. Nathan, a tortured, brilliant Jew, and his lover, Sophie, a beautiful Polish woman whose wrist bears the grim tattoo of a concentration camp ... and whose past is strewn with death that she alone survived."
  • "Stingo, a young southerner, who journeyed north in 1947 to become a writer becomes intellectually and emotionally entanglement with his neighbors in a Brooklyn rooming house. Nathan, a tortured, brilliant Jew, and his lover, Sophie, a beautiful Polish woman whose wrist bears the grim tattoo of a concentration camp ... and whose past is strewn with death that she alone survived."@en
  • "The time is 1947. Sophie, a Polish Catholic beauty who survived Auschwitz, has settled in America. Stingo, a 22 year-old aspiring writer from Virginia, is drawn to Sophie and Nathan--a madly romantic couple whose instability and flamboyance utterly capture his imagination. The deeper Stingo sinks into these people's lives, the more he learns that each harbors terrible secrets."
  • "The time is 1947. Sophie, a Polish Catholic beauty who survived Auschwitz, has settled in America. Stingo, a 22 year-old aspiring writer from Virginia, is drawn to Sophie and Nathan--a madly romantic couple whose instability and flamboyance utterly capture his imagination. The deeper Stingo sinks into these people's lives, the more he learns that each harbors terrible secrets."@en
  • ""First published in 1979, this novel opens with Stingo, a young southerner, journeying north in 1947 to become a writer. It leads us into his intellectual and emotional entanglement with his neighbors in a Brooklyn rooming house: Nathan, a tortured, brilliant Jew, and his lover, Sophie, a beautiful Polish woman whose wrist bears the grim tattoo of a concentration camp ... and whose past is strewn with death that she alone survived."--BOOK JACKET."
  • "A personalized view of the Holocaust and its devastating effect on one woman who survived it."
  • "Stingo is a struggling young author in post-war New York. He develops a friendship with Sophie, a Polish refugee, and Nathan, who, although loving Sophie, has schizophrenic tendencies. Stingo uncovers the story of Sophie's life in a German concentration camp during the Holocaust."
  • "First published in 1979, this complex and ambitious novel opens with Stingo, a young southerner, journeying north in 1947 to become a writer. It leads us into his intellectual and emotional entanglement with his neighbors in a Brooklyn rooming house: Nathan, a tortured, brilliant Jew, and his lover, Sophie, a beautiful Polish woman whose wrist bears the grim tattoo of a concentration camp...and whose past is strewn with death that she alone survived--Publisher."@en
  • "Stingo came to Brooklyn to write a novel, but, he becomes involved with the couple living in the upstairs apartment, Nathan, a Jew, and Sophie, a vulnerable blonde beauty."@en
  • "Three friends, Stingo, a twenty-two-year-old writer; Sophie, a survivor of the Nazi camps; and Nathan, her mercurial lover, share magical, heart-warming times until doom overtakes them as Sophie's and Nathan's darkest secrets are revealed."
  • "Een jonge Amerikaanse schrijver woont in New York in een pension met een liefdespaar waarvan de Poolse vrouw gekweld wordt door herinneringen aan Auschwitz."
  • ""Styron's most impressive performance. . . . Belongs on that small shelf reserved for American masterpieces." -Washington Post Book World Winner of the 1980 National Book Award, Sophie's Choice is William Styron's classic novel of love, survival, and regret, set in Brooklyn in the wake of the Second World War. The novel centers on three characters: Stingo, a sexually frustrated aspiring novelist; Nathan, his charismatic but violent Jewish neighbor; and Sophie, an Auschwitz survivor who is Nathan's lover. Their entanglement in one another's lives will build to a stirring revelation of agoniz."@en
  • "Based on the novel by William Styron."
  • "A charismatic Jewish intellectual, his Polish Catholic girlfriend and a callow Southerner youth meet up to become a devoted, if curious, threesome."
  • "Abridged."
  • ""Sophie is a Polish Catholic haunted by the 'choice' she had to make in a Nazi concentration camp. Now in the United States, she has found a reason to live in Nathan, a sparkling if unsteady American Jew obsessed with the Holocaust. They befriend Stingo a young writer just arrived in New York City who bears witness as the hapiness of Sophie and Nathan becomes endangered by her ghosts and his obsessions." [box cover note]."
  • "Rated R."
  • "The gripping, unforgettable story of Stingo, a 22-year-old writer; Sophie, a survivor of the Nazi camps; and Nathan, her mercurial lover. The three friends share magical, heart-warming times until doom overtakes them as Sophie's and Nathan's darkest secrets are revealed."@en
  • "A young Southerner journeys North in 1947 and becomes involved with the demonically brilliant Jew, Nathan, and his Polish lover, Sophie, a beautiful woman with a number tattooed on her arm and an unbearable secret in her past."@en
  • ""Styron's most impressive performance. ... Belongs on that small shelf reserved for American masterpieces." 'Washington Post Book World Winner of the 1980 National Book Award, Sophie's Choice is William Styron's classic novel of love, survival, and regret, set in Brooklyn in the wake of the Second World War. The novel centers on three characters: Stingo, a sexually frustrated aspiring novelist; Nathan, his charismatic but violent Jewish neighbor; and Sophie, an Auschwitz survivor who is Nathan's lover. Their entanglement in one another's lives will build to a stirring revelation of agonizing secrets that will change them forever. Poetic in its execution, and epic in its emotional sweep, Sophie's Choice explores the good and evil of humanity through Stingo's burgeoning worldliness, Nathan's volatile personality, and Sophie's tragic past. Mixing elements from Styron's own experience with themes of the Holocaust and the history of slavery in the American South, the novel is a profound and haunting human drama. The result is Styron at the pinnacle of his literary brilliance. This ebook features a new illustrated biography of William Styron, including original letters, rare photos, and never-before-seen documents from the Styron family and the Duke University Archives."@en

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  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Large type books"
  • "Kvindeskildringer"@da
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "American fiction"
  • "Bildungsromans"@en
  • "Bildungsromans"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@pl
  • "Jøder"@da
  • "Classical fiction"
  • "Psychologické romány"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"@pl
  • "War stories"
  • "War stories"@en
  • "Americké romány"
  • "Romány"
  • "Bildungsromane"

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  • "Sophie's Choice"@en
  • "Sophie's Choice"
  • "Sofies valg"
  • "蘇菲的抉擇"
  • "Behiratah shel Sophie"
  • "Sufei de jue ze"
  • "Sophieʼ nin seçimi"
  • "Sophie valik"
  • "Sophie`s choice"
  • "Sophie'nin seçimi"
  • "Sophie's choice (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Sophieʹs choice : screenplay"
  • "Sophiina volba"
  • "Sophie's choice"@en
  • "Sophie's choice"
  • "Sophie's choice"@es
  • "Su Fei de jue ze"
  • "Sophie a ales"
  • "Sufei di jue ze"
  • "Sophie's choice : screenplay"@en
  • "Sophie's choice : screenplay"
  • "Sophies's choice"
  • "Sophiina vol'ba"
  • "Sophie's keuze"
  • "Sophies choice"
  • "Sophies valg"
  • "Sophies valg"@da
  • "Sofijas izvēle"
  • "Sofī no sentaku"
  • "La scelta di Sophie"@it
  • "La scelta di Sophie"
  • "Scelta di Sophie"
  • "Sophiina voľba"
  • "Su fei de jue ze"
  • "ソフィーの選択"
  • "Sophie's Choice : A Novel"
  • "Sophies val"
  • "Sophies val"@sv
  • "Sofia"
  • "Sofijin izbor"
  • "Wybór Zofii"@pl
  • "Wybór Zofii"
  • "Sophiejina odločitev"
  • "Sophie's choice screenplay"@en
  • "Sophie's choice : [a novel]"
  • "SOPHIE'S CHOICE"
  • "Sofien valinta"
  • "Sofien valinta"@fi
  • "Sophiina volʹba"
  • "Sophies val : [roman]"@sv
  • "Sophiina voĺba"
  • "Sofî no sentaku"
  • "Sophies keuze"
  • "Sophie''s Choice"@en
  • "Sophie''s Choice"

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