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by Petrie Harbouri

ePub Graffiti download
Author:
Petrie Harbouri
ISBN13:
978-0747536697
ISBN:
0747536694
Language:
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC; First Edition edition (April 9, 1998)
Category:
Subcategory:
Contemporary
ePub file:
1986 kb
Fb2 file:
1269 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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173

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And Athens, where Petrie Harbouri's first novel is set, is a city rich in graffiti

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Graffiti, that humblest form of words offered up in clandestine anonymity, has always provided a release for those who repress desires, insults or convictions. It is also a city where conventions of gender and the status quo are not readily trammeled. Tasos, middle-aged, Greek and not very verbal, has recently seen his marriage to Marianna wrecked by his passion for the young Leonora-only, too slow on the uptake, he has lost them both

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Title: Graffiti Coloring Book Kimvall, Jacob (EDT)Publisher: Scb ion Date: of Pages: Type: PAPERBACKLibrary of Congress: Give it to me rough, like a first draft. Silkscreen Basics - A Complete How-to Handbook.

Petrie Harbouri has brought the brothers Carburi to life together with all their . Born in London, Petrie Harbouri has lived in Greece since 1970.

About the Author: Born in London, Petrie Harbouri has lived in Greece since 1970. She has worked as a translator of Greek fiction into English. Her previous novels GRAFFITI and OUR LADY OF THE SERPENTS are both published by Bloomsbury. - The Times Literary Supplement.

Three brothers, born in the eighteenth century on the Greek island of Cephalonia were to spread their wings and soar to impressive heights in three professions. A whole generation of physicians would recall Giambattista, the tall, thin medical paragon of legendary concentration, who became physician in Italian and French Royal households. The middle son Marco's chemistry laboratory in Italy was famed throughout Europe.

Graffiti, those humblest words offered up in clandestine anonymity, have always provided a release for those who repress desires, insults or convictions. And Athens, where Petrie Harbouri's first novel is set, is a city rich in graffiti. It is also a city where the trammels of gender and the status quo are not always readily thrown off. Tasos, middle-aged, Greek and not very verbal, has recently seen his marriage to Marianna wrecked by his passion for Leonora - only, too slow on the uptake, he has lost them both. Into his life sidles English Felix - gay, insecure, profusely verbal, yet somehow comforting. In her novel, Petrie Harbouri examines the hows and whys of the love that develops between the two men - human, fallible and stumbling. And she explores what happens subsequently to Marianna and Leonora, bringing to life this engaging circle of characters who dance unforgettably in the shadow of the Acropolis.