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by Susan Daitch

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Author:
Susan Daitch
ISBN13:
978-0679724926
ISBN:
0679724923
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Publisher:
Vintage; 1st edition (January 16, 1990)
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United States
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1688 kb
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The Colorist is Susan Daitch’s breathtaking second novel, is more than just another postmodern story. There was a time apparently when Daitch was billed up there with DFW and William Vollmann as the great hope for literature.

The Colorist is Susan Daitch’s breathtaking second novel, is more than just another postmodern story. Reading it is like unwrapping a stack of presents from someone witty and wise who knew just what you wanted. Daitch’s sentences are punchy, packing a thwack and kaboom on the grand scale of a Lichtenstein canvas. This is my third try reading her, I think there isn't anything left to try reading, as she seems to have dropped off the face of the bookworld map since sometime in the mid-90's.

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She has gained notice with her particularly demanding experimental fiction. Her best known book is "The Colorist".

Susan Daitch is an American short story writer, and novelist. Susan Daitch graduated from Barnard College. She taught at Barnard College, Columbia University, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She teaches at Hunter College. She was a 2012 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow. She is a supporter of Women for Afghan Women. She lives in Brooklyn.

Julie is a colorist for a comic-book company called Fantomes, spending her days seeking the perfect electric blues and crimsons to backdrop the life of. .By. Get weekly book recommendations

Julie is a colorist for a comic-book company called Fantomes, spending her days seeking the perfect electric blues and crimsons to backdrop the life of ""Electra""-an outerspace superwoman who seems to spend the bulk of her time eluding the advances of a menacing suitor named Orion. When Eamonn disappears to Maine to photograph an IRA gunrunning ship apprehended by the FBI, Julie begins to wonder whether he knows what he's doing.

Susan Bernofsky, Foreign Words It's Susan Daitch at her finest! A smart, absorbing study of those at the margins of.While the book is extensive in scope, the writing is sharp and lean

Susan Bernofsky, Foreign Words It's Susan Daitch at her finest! A smart, absorbing study of those at the margins of history who, under her deft pen, turn out to be vital. Fascinating story, captivating writing. Deb Olin unferth, Revolution: The Year I Fell In Love and Went to Join the Wa. aitch manages to reveal her characters in a light that makes us wonder if we are seeing them as they are or as another shadowy transparency. While the book is extensive in scope, the writing is sharp and lean. The Black Sheep Dances Daitch has lost none of the bristling intelligence that makes.

This is a novel of archeology and history, of mythology and empire, powered by an undeniable call to adventure and a deep yearning for understanding, written by a novelist who manages to surprise on nearly every page. -Matt Bell, author of Scrapper.

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In this stylish, fast-paced thriller, for readers of Tana French and Stieg Larsson, a deadly heist upends art conservator Stella Da Silvera's life in New York City. As a night owl, Stella Da Silvera appreciates that Claiborne's Auction House allows her to keep an unconventional schedule. Natural light can damage priceless works of art, and besides, Stella's concentration improves after hours. The keys to a historic trap are discovered in a cache of forgeries and crumbling film stock.

Upset after being attacked in her apartment building, Julie Greene decides to move in with Eamonn Archer, an Irish immigrant