The Angel House

  • Title: The Angel House
  • Author: Kerstin Ekman Sarah Death
  • ISBN: 9781870041515
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Angel House The Angel House opens in the late s and follows characters familiar from the previous novel through to the l s The women are now free from the hard physical tasks of the earlier novels but no l
    The Angel House opens in the late 1920s and follows characters familiar from the previous novel through to the l940s The women are now free from the hard physical tasks of the earlier novels, but no less trapped in the grinding repetition of factory jobs, repressive unions, and domestic chores in the isolation of their new homes A male hierarchy still dominates the town The Angel House opens in the late 1920s and follows characters familiar from the previous novel through to the l940s The women are now free from the hard physical tasks of the earlier novels, but no less trapped in the grinding repetition of factory jobs, repressive unions, and domestic chores in the isolation of their new homes A male hierarchy still dominates the town time is ruled by financial imperatives, council chairman s gavels, factory whistles, and military orders Against this Ekman sets the remnants of a organic timescale, governed by the slow evolution of women s bodies, the nurture of informal networks, and the unhurried cycles of trees and fruit bushes in old gardens.

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    About Kerstin Ekman Sarah Death


    1. Kerstin Lillemor Ekman is a Swedish novelist.She began her career with a string of successful detective novels among others De tre sm m starna The Three Little Masters and D dsklockan The Death Clock but later went on to persue psychological and social themes Among her later works are M rker och bl b rsris Darkness and Blueberries , set in northern Sweden, and H ndelser vid vatten translated as Blackwater , in which she returned to the form of the detective novel.Ekman was elected a member of the Swedish Academy in 1978, but left the Academy in 1989, together with Lars Gyllensten and Werner Aspenstr m, due to the debate following death threats posed to Salman Rushdie According to the rules of the Academy, however, she will remain a passive member for the entirety of her life.


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