The Danish Girl

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Penguin Books
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5.3 X 8.1 X 0.8 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

David Ebershoff's debut novel, The Danish Girl, was adapted into an Oscar-winning film starring Academy Award-winners Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander. It was nominated for four Academy Awards, three Golden Globes, two SAG awards, and five BAFTAs. In 2017 the New York Times named The Danish Girl one of the 25 books that has shaped LGBTQ literature over the past 20 years. Ebershoff's most recent novel is the #1 bestseller The 19th Wife, which was made into a television movie that has aired around the globe. His books have been translated into more than twenty-five languages to critical acclaim. Ebershoff has appeared twice on Out Magazine's annual Out 100 list of influential LGBT people. He teaches in the graduate writing program at Columbia University and worked for many years as Executive Editor at Random House. Originally from California, he lives in New York City and loves to hear from readers via his website


In 2017 the New York Times Named The Danish Girl One of the 25 Books that Have Shaped LGBTQ Literature Over the Past 20 Years

A New York Times Notable Book
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Fiction
Winner of the Rosenthal Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters Finalist for the New York Public Library Young Lions Award
Finalist for the American Library Association Stonewall Book Award

Praise for The Danish Girl

"The Danish Girl is an extraordinary story about extraordinary people." -- Eddie Redmayne

"Heartbreaking and unforgettable . . . a complete triumph."--The Boston Globe

"An unusual and affecting love story."--The New York Times

"A sophisticated and searching meditation on the nature of identity."--Esquire

"It is nearly impossible not to be moved."--The Baltimore Sun

"A fascinating novel, beautiful for its strange and delicate flavor and its characters' depth of heart." -San Francisco Chronicle