Strawberry Fields

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Product Details

Price
$16.00
Publisher
Penguin Group
Publish Date
Pages
294
Dimensions
5.47 X 8.47 X 0.68 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780143113553
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About the Author

Marina Lewycka was born of Ukrainian parents in a refugee camp at the end of World War II and grew up in England. In the course of researching her family roots for this novel, she uncovered no fewer than three long-lost relatives.

Reviews

a[A] comic genius . . . [Lewycka is] more precisely a mistress of the tragicomic, seamlessly welding humor and pathos into realistically zany episodes.a
a"San Francisco Chronicle"
a Itas more than just funny. Itas also sad and wise and tender and generous and even sexy. . . . One way or another, these strawberry fields are forever.a
a"The Washington Post"
a A stunning novel. . . . "Strawberry Fields" stands along the best of Zadie Smith and Monica Ali. It is sometimes outrageous, sometimes bawdy, and constantly entertaining.a
a"The Seattle Times"
[A] comic genius . . . [Lewycka is] more precisely a mistress of the tragicomic, seamlessly welding humor and pathos into realistically zany episodes.
"San Francisco Chronicle"
It s more than just funny. It s also sad and wise and tender and generous and even sexy. . . . One way or another, these strawberry fields are forever.
"The Washington Post"
A stunning novel. . . . "Strawberry Fields" stands along the best of Zadie Smith and Monica Ali. It is sometimes outrageous, sometimes bawdy, and constantly entertaining.
"The Seattle Times"
?[A] comic genius . . . [Lewycka is] more precisely a mistress of the tragicomic, seamlessly welding humor and pathos into realistically zany episodes.?
?"San Francisco Chronicle"

? It's more than just funny. It's also sad and wise and tender and generous and even sexy. . . . One way or another, these strawberry fields are forever.?
?"The Washington Post"

? A stunning novel. . . . "Strawberry Fields" stands along the best of Zadie Smith and Monica Ali. It is sometimes outrageous, sometimes bawdy, and constantly entertaining.?
?"The Seattle Times"