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Kreutzer Sonata

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Kreutzer Sonata by Margriet De Moor
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The new novel from internationally acclaimed author, Margriet de Moor. Kirkus's verdict after reading The Kreutzer Sonata was: 'De Moor is rapidly becoming one of the world's finest novelists.' With an 'astute sense of musical form and a wonderful sense of passion' (New York Times Book Review), master storyteller Margriet de Moor, one of Europe's foremost novelists, once again brings us a richly imagined and highly original tale of passion and jealousy. The unnamed narrator, a young musicologist, befriends the famous blind music critic Marius van Vlooten. They meet on an airplane en route to a master class in Bordeaux, where the narrator introduces Marius to Suzanna, the beautiful first violinist of a string quarter there to perform Janacek's Kreutzer Sonata. From this chance meeting a passionate love affair soon develops between Marius and Suzanna. They become engaged and marry. A series of conversations between Marius and the narrator reveals the truth behind Marius's blindness: when he was a young student he had fallen madly in love with a girl who spurned him. Despairing, he tried to commit suicide, but succeeded only in blinding himself. Now, ten years later, Marius falls prey to another terrible dilemma: he loves Suzanna desperately, but he suspects she has a lover and becomes insanely jealous. His suspicions and his past draw him into a Hitchcockian vertigo, where, through the language of music, the tragedy plays itself out.

Author Biography

Magriet de Moor is the author of eight novels, all of which have been international best-sellers, including, most recently, Duke of Egypt. She lives in a small village outside Amsterdam.
Release date NZ
August 25th, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd
Pages
192
ISBN-13
9780715634059
Product ID
2062416

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