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A smart and provocative novel of sexual intimacy and desire, from the Orange Prize shortlisted author of "Fault Lines". Follows a 45 year old photographer who reveals her explosive sexual coming of age in revelatory flashbacks. '...impresses in its ambition' "Daily Mail"
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ISBN-13: 9780857895578
ISBN-10: 0857895575
Pagini: 263
Dimensiuni: 128 x 198 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.19 kg
Editura: Atlantic Books

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A native of Calgary and of New Hampshire, Nancy Huston now lives in Paris; she writes in both French and English. The author of nine novels and numerous works of non-fiction, she has won the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens, the Prix du Livre-Inter, the Prix Elle, the Governor General's Award for Fiction in French and the 2006 Prix Femina. Fault Lines, her previous novel, was shortlisted for the Orange Prize.


—A Globe and Mail Top 100 Book of the Year

"Huston shows her mastery of complicated structure, wide culural knowledge, and brilliant, assured portraiture."—The Globe and Mail

“There is something eminently subversive in Nancy Huston’s latest novel. A forty-five-year-old woman dares to talk about her sexuality, her immense desire for men. But even more, Infrared is a staggering expression of the power of art as salvation.”—Voir (Canada)

"Compelling . . . A finely written examination of sexual politics and the importance of emotional triage."—Quill & Quire

“Poetic . . . A ruminative and sensual read.”—Zoe Whittall, National Post (Canada)

“An intense and sensual novel”—France Soir

“Nancy Huston is in top form writing about individual and collective memories, and she knows better than most how to dramatize family destinies.”—Le Monde des Livres

"Infrared, written in lyrical slivers and voluptuous prose is an engaging work."—Canberra Times (Australia)