3 edition of The dogs and the wolves found in the catalog.
The dogs and the wolves
Translated from the French.
|Statement||Irène Némirovsky ; translated from the French by Sandra Smith.|
|LC Classifications||PQ2627.E4 C4513 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2009529857|
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The Dogs and the Wolves was published injust two years before Irene Nemirovsky would be sent to her death in Auschwitz. This intensifies the poignancy of a love story steeped in frustrated longings and strange twists of fate/5(14).
The Dogs and the Wolves is the sixth Némirovsky book I’ve read and in my opinion, it’s one of her best. Beautiful writing as always and a highly memorable story.
For the first time, she truly saw the lovely color of the sky, lilac and pistachio green, like sorbet; a yellowish moon, pale and /5. "The Dogs and the Wolves' is a work of fiction, written in by Irene Nemirovsky, This e-book (Kindle) is pages in length.
I decided to obtain this The dogs and the wolves book because one of Ms. Nemirvosky's other books, 'Suite Francaise' is one of my favorites/5(35). In this unsavoury literary context – The Dogs and the Wolves was begun shortly before the outbreak of war, and published in book form in Januarysix months before the fall of France.
A Dog offered to help a Wolf get regular feed from his Master. The Wolf listened but saw a bald spot on Dog’s neck where the collar sat. Better starve free than be a fat slave. There was once a Wolf who got very little to eat because the Dogs of the village were so wide awake and watchful.
He was really nothing but skin and bones, and it made. BRUCE CAMERON is the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Journey, A Dog’s Way Home (all now major motion pictures), The Dog Master, Ellie's Story, Molly’s Story, Max’s Story, Shelby’s Story, The Dogs of Christmas, The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man, and others.
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As a result of the sensation caused by Suite Française, Némirovsky's other books are now appearing in English. The Dogs and the Wolves is the latest volume to get the treatment. Its protagonists are the Sinner children Ada, Ben and Harry, who flee Ukraine for Paris with their parents after a pogrom rips through their home town.
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