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Brightness Falls (Vintage Contemporaries)

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 31 Mar 1993
The bestselling Brightness Falls--now in trade paper from the author of Bright Lights, Big City. In the story of Russell and Corrine Calloway, set against the world of New York publishing, McInerney provides a stunningly accomplished portrayal of people contending with early success, then getting lost in the middle of their lives.
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ISBN-13: 9780679745327
ISBN-10: 0679745327
Pagini: 432
Dimensiuni: 132 x 202 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.38 kg
Editura: Vintage Publishing
Seria Vintage Contemporaries


Bestselling writer Jay McInerney's novel Brightness Falls, published to huge acclaim and now re-launched together with The Good Life alongside his new hardback, the final book in the trilogy, Bright, Precious Things

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Jay McInerney came to prominence in 1984 with his first novel Bright Lights, Big City. He is the author of six further novels: Ransom, Story of My Life, Brightness Falls, The Last of the Savages, Model Behaviour and The Good Life, two short story collections, and two non-fiction books on wine, one of which was the acclaimed A Hedonist in the Cellar. He writes a wine column for the Wall Street Journal and is a regular contributor to the Guardian, the New York Times Book Review and Corriere della Sera. He lives in Manhattan and Bridgehampton, New York.


'A funny, self-mocking, sometimes brilliant portrait of Manhattan's young literary and Wall Street crowd, our latest Lost Generation ... McInerney's version of Thackeray's Vanity Fair'
'Smart, funny and brilliant'
'McInerney has a gift for the simultaneous perception of the glamour and tawdriness of city life and the novel pulsates with his trademark sense of excitement about living in New York'
Humane and emotionally gripping
'It works greatly to McInerney's advantage - and our entertainment - that he is fascinated by what he flagellates ... this book rolls along to an ominous beat ... powerfully affecting'
McInerney writes with compassion and wit and is never better than when observing the social mores of his contemporaries