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Elizabeth Costello : eight lessons

Elizabeth Costello is an Australian writer of international renown; she is fêted, studied, honoured. Famous principally for an early novel that established her reputation and from which, it seems, she will never escape, she has, late in life, reached the stage where her remaining function is to be venerated and applauded. Elizabeth has made her life's work the study of other people, yet now it is she who is the object of scrutiny. But, for her, what matters is the continuing search for a means of articulating her vision and the verdict of future generations.

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  • "Elizabeth Costello is an Australian writer of international renown; she is fêted, studied, honoured. Famous principally for an early novel that established her reputation and from which, it seems, she will never escape, she has, late in life, reached the stage where her remaining function is to be venerated and applauded. Elizabeth has made her life's work the study of other people, yet now it is she who is the object of scrutiny. But, for her, what matters is the continuing search for a means of articulating her vision and the verdict of future generations."@en
  • "Elizabeth Costello is an Australian writer of international renown; she is fêted, studied, honoured. Famous principally for an early novel that established her reputation and from which, it seems, she will never escape, she has, late in life, reached the stage where her remaining function is to be venerated and applauded. Elizabeth has made her life's work the study of other people, yet now it is she who is the object of scrutiny. But, for her, what matters is the continuing search for a means of articulating her vision and the verdict of future generations."
  • "Reveals the life of aging Australian novelist Elizabeth Costello through a series of formal addresses that includes an award-acceptance speech at a New England liberal arts college and a lecture on evil in Amsterdam."
  • "Elizabeth Costello is an Australian writer of international renown; she is ft̊ed, studied, honoured. Famous principally for an early novel that established her reputation and from which, it seems, she will never escape, she has, late in life, reached the stage where her remaining function is to be venerated and applauded. Elizabeth has made her life's work the study of other people, yet now it is she who is the object of scrutiny. But, for her, what matters is the continuing search for a means of articulating her vision and the verdict of future generations."@en
  • "From an award-acceptance speech at a New England liberal arts college to a lecture on evil in Amsterdam, Elizabeth Costello is a distinguished and aging Australian novelist whose life is revealed through a series of eight formal addresses."
  • "Via leven en werk van een fictieve schrijfster worden allerlei filosofische en morele vraagstukken te berde gebracht."
  • "A travers huit discours, une romancière australienne vieillissante dévoile peu à peu sa vie et ses pensées intimes. Malgré la célébrité et l'adulation émergent peu à peu les angoisses de mort qui taraudent cette femme en fin de vie."
  • "Elizabeth Costello is a distinguished and aging Australian novelist whose life is revealed through a series of eight formal addresses. From an award-acceptance speech at a New England liberal arts college to a lecture on evil in Amsterdam and a sexually charged reading by the poet Robert Duncan, the author draws the reader toward its astonishing conclusion. The novel is, on its surface, the story of a woman's life as mother, sister, lover, and writer. Yet it is also a profound and haunting meditation on the nature of storytelling."
  • "Elizabeth Costello is a distinguished and aging Australian novelist whose life is revealed through a series of eight formal addresses. From an award-acceptance speech at a New England liberal arts college to a lecture on evil in Amsterdam and a sexually charged reading by the poet Robert Duncan, the author draws the reader toward its astonishing conclusion. The novel is, on its surface, the story of a woman's life as mother, sister, lover, and writer. Yet it is also a profound and haunting meditation on the nature of storytelling."@en

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  • "Powieść południowoafrykańska"@pl
  • "Roman sud-africain de langue anglaise"
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Powieść południowo-afrykańska w języku angielskim"
  • "Audiobooks"
  • "Didactic fiction"
  • "Talking books"@en
  • "Romance"@pt
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@pl
  • "Translations"
  • "Text"

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  • "Elizateth Costello"@es
  • "Elizabeth Costello : acht Lehrstücke"
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  • "Elizabeth Costello : oito palestras"@pt
  • "Elizabeth Costello : oito palestras"
  • "Ellijabesŭ K'osŭt'ello"
  • "Elizabet Ḳosṭelo"
  • "Elisabeth Costello : Huit leçons"
  • "Elisabeth Costello"
  • "אליזבת קוסטלו"
  • "Elizabet Kostello : roman"
  • "Elizabeth Costello : Eight lessons"
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  • "Elizabeth Costello : book club in a bag"
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  • "Elizabeth Costello eight lessons"
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  • "Elizabeth Costello : Acht Lehrstücke"

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