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The author of the book: Anita Shreve
Edition: Edições ASA
Date of issue: July 2005
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Language: English
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Os acontecimentos daquela tarde de Dezembro, na qual, juntamente com o pai, encontrou um bebé abandonado na neve, mudarão para sempre a percepção que essa menina de 11 anos tem sobre o mundo e os adultos que a rodeiam. O pai passou por grandes tormentos para se afastar da sociedade, de modo a ultrapassar uma tragédia insuportável. A agora jovem mulher tem de viver com as consequências das terríveis escolhas que fez. E há um detective cuja inteligência é apenas ultrapassada pelo seu sentido de justiça. Escrito sob o ponto de vista de Nicky, agora com 30 anos, que sempre recorda as vívidas imagens daquela fatídica tarde de Dezembro, Luz na Neve é uma história de amor e coragem, de tragédia e redenção, um romance que nos fala das formas que o coração humano sempre encontra para se poder curar.


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Ebook Luz na Neve read Online! Anita Shreve grew up in Dedham, Massachusetts (just outside Boston), the eldest of three daughters. Early literary influences include having read Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton when she was a junior in high school (a short novel she still claims as one of her favorites) and everything Eugene O'Neill ever wrote while she was a senior (to which she attributes a somewhat dark streak in her own work). After graduating from Tufts University, she taught high school for a number of years in and around Boston. In the middle of her last year, she quit (something that, as a parent, she finds appalling now) to start writing. "I had this panicky sensation that it was now or never."

Joking that she could wallpaper her bathroom with rejections from magazines for her short stories ("I really could have," she says), she published her early work in literary journals. One of these stories, "Past the Island, Drifting," won an O. Henry prize. Despite this accolade, she quickly learned that one couldn't make a living writing short fiction. Switching to journalism, Shreve traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, where she lived for three years, working as a journalist for an African magazine. One of her novels, The Last Time They Met, contains bits and pieces from her time in Africa.

Returning to the United States, Shreve was a writer and editor for a number of magazines in New York. Later, when she began her family, she turned to freelancing, publishing in the New York Times Magazine, New York magazine and dozens of others. In 1989, she published her first novel, Eden Close. Since then she has written 12 other novels, among them The Weight of Water, The Pilot's Wife, The Last Time They Met, A Wedding in December, and Body Surfing.

In 1998, Shreve received the PEN/L. L. Winship Award and the New England Book Award for fiction. In 1999, she received a phone call from Oprah Winfrey, and The Pilot's Wife became the 25th selection of Oprah's Book Club and an international bestseller. In April 2002, CBS aired the film version of The Pilot's Wife, starring Christine Lahti, and in fall 2002, The Weight of Water, starring Elizabeth Hurley and Sean Penn, was released in movie theaters.

Still in love with the novel form, Shreve writes only in that genre. "The best analogy I can give to describe writing for me is daydreaming," she says. "A certain amount of craft is brought to bear, but the experience feels very dreamlike."

Shreve is married to a man she met when she was 13. She has two children and three stepchildren, and in the last eight years has made tuition payments to seven colleges and universities.


Reviews of the Luz na Neve


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KIAN

An interesting book that says more than you can fit

TILLY

The idea is great, but sometimes the text suffers

FINLAY

A hard book, obviously not for everyone.

ABIGAIL

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