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Elizabeth Kostova will discuss the inspirations, research, and writing of her most recent novel, The Swan Thieves, This book was inspired not only by her love of great paintings but also by her interest in the lives of painters. Drawing on her experience of writing and researching The Historian, she worked to recreate in The Swan Thieves several different places and periods, including settings in the U.S., France, and Mexico. A book signing will follow the discussion. (abridle)… (altro)
Elizabeth Kostova, author of the bestseller The Historian, will read from and sign copies of her new novel, The Swan Thieves, now available in paperback. In this romance about a contemporary painter’s obsession with an undiscovered 19th –century Impressionist, Kostova’s theme is creative obsession and what everyday boundaries can be broken in its name. Like The Historian, The Swan Thieves goes backward and forward in time to unravel a mystery. (goddesspt2)… (altro)
Join Elizabeth Kostova, author of internationally bestselling novel The Historian, for a book talk about her new novel, The Swan Thieves, at the Lynn Valley Main Library Community Meeting Room. Date: November 4, 2010 - November 4, 2010 When: 7:00pm-8:30pm (starfishian)
Elizabeth Kostova A program for adults Wednesday November 3 7:00 pm-8:30 pm Free Peter Kaye Room, Lower Level Central Library 350 West Georgia Street Please join Elizabeth Kostova as she reads from her masterful new novel, The Swan Thieves. A haunting novel of art and obsession, it is a mystery spanning continents and centuries and a love story that crosses the ultimate border. A renowned painter has brutally attacked a canvas in the National Gallery of Art, offering only the briefest explanation, that he did it for love. Psychiatrist Andrew Marlow embarks on an unconventional pursuit of the answers his patient won't provide. For more information please contact Vancouver Public Library at 604-331-3603 Sponsored by Hachette Book Group Canada http://www.hbgcanada.com(starfishian)… (altro)
Elizabeth Kostova, bestselling author of 'The Historian' discusses her new book 'The Swan Thieves' with deputy editor of Good Reading Magazine, Sarah Minns. Tickets available from the cash desk at Books Kinokuniya Sydney - $7 for Kinokuniya Card Members, $10 for non-members. (queenhelene)
Dove: Attic Bar, ArtHouse Hotel, Pitt St, Sydney.
Elizabeth Kostova in conversation with Amanda Smith
Elizabeth Kostova will talk about her latest novel, 'The Swan Thieves' with Amanda Smith, presenter of 'Artworks' on ABC Radio National. The Swan Thieves is the much-anticipated new novel from the author of the international bestseller, The Historian. When Robert Oliver, a renowned painter, attacks a famous canvas in the National Gallery of Art, psychiatrist Andrew Marlowe is intrigued and takes him on as a patient. But the seemingly random act of violence is a mere scratch on the surface of something altogether more mysterious. Told through the narratives of the psychiatrist and each of the women in Robert Oliver’s life, 'The Swan Thieves' is a fascinating story about the nature of obsession as seen from the outside. Free, but please book on (03) 9347 6633 or by email. (trackbianca)… (altro)
Harvard Book Store is delighted to welcome bestselling novelist ELIZABETH KOSTOVA for a reading from her second book, The Swan Thieves. Elizabeth Kostova's debut novel, The Historian, became a runaway bestseller, as its unique blend of scholarly research and fanciful storytelling brought a new twist to the classic tale of Vlad the Impaler, better known as Dracula. Her new novel, The Swan Thieves, uses a similar technique to enter the world of fine art, from the late nineteenth century to the late twentieth century. The novel's central figure, psychiatrist Andrew Marlowe, devoted to his profession and the painting hobby he loves, has a solitary but ordered life. When renowned painter Robert Oliver attacks a canvas in the National Gallery of Art and becomes his patient, Marlow finds that order destroyed. Desperate to understand the secret that torments the genius, he embarks on a journey that leads him into the lives of the women closest to Oliver and a tragedy at the heart of French Impressionism. (ablachly)… (altro)