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The Story of a Marriage

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The Story of a Marriage by Geir Gulliksen
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'Brilliant and breathtaking...sexy and sad' A.M. Homes In his struggle to understand what has happened to his family, how his wife could fall in love with another man after twenty happy years, Jon attempts to tell the story of the painful collapse of his marriage, but from her point of view. He tries to get inside her head, to see it all as she did, all the while knowing that he can never really achieve this, and that his efforts reveal more projection than insight. How can one truly know another person? How much of what we think is love, is just a construct? Is it possible to find - and maintain - the great love we long for? Gulliksen explores these questions, turning them over again and again till they crack, revealing hollowness - or possible new meanings. Intense, erotic, dramatic, raw - Story of a Marriage examines two people's inner lives with devastating and fearless honesty. It is a gripping but slippery narrative of obsession and deceit, of a couple striving for happiness and freedom and intimacy, but ultimately falling apart.

Author Biography

Geir Gulliksen is a publisher and highly acclaimed writer of fiction and non-fiction. In 2014 he received the Aschehoug Award for his work, and this novel was nominated for the Nordic Prize. He lives in Norway.
Release date NZ
May 3rd, 2018
Contributor
Translated by Deborah Dawkin
Pages
176
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Chatto & Windus
Dimensions
138x204x20
ISBN-13
9781784741600
Product ID
26877269

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