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Author:
Patrick McGrath
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978-3442726448
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3442726441
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Btb Bei Goldmann (July 1, 2000)
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Patrick McGrath (born 7 February 1950) is a British novelist, whose work has been categorized as gothic fiction. McGrath was born in London and grew up near Broadmoor Hospital from the age of five where his father was Medical Superintendent

Patrick McGrath (born 7 February 1950) is a British novelist, whose work has been categorized as gothic fiction. McGrath was born in London and grew up near Broadmoor Hospital from the age of five where his father was Medical Superintendent. He was educated at a Jesuit boarding school in Windsor from the age of thirteen, before moving to another Jesuit public school, Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, upon the closure of his first school. Haggards Krankheit (Paperback). Published 2000 by btb. Paperback, 255 pages.

Patrick McGrath is the author of several modern gothic novels, including Asylum and Spider, and two collections of stories. Haggard's Disease is intriguing because of the way it's written: the protagonist addresses another character in the story. But there isn't a whole lot of plot. He lives in New York, where he is on the writing faculties of the New School and Princeton University. Haggard falls in love with his pathologist's wife, Fanny.

In Dr. Haggard's Disease, he writes his most powerful and universal story to date - a tale of love both beautiful and bizarre. Edward Haggard is a tragic figure on a tiny scale

In Dr. Edward Haggard is a tragic figure on a tiny scale. In two novels and one short story collection, Patrick McGrath has established himself as the foremost master of the "new gothic. He has been compared by The New York Times to Poe, Wilde, Kafka, and Robert Louis Stevenson and hailed as "an ingenious manipulator of discomfort and suspense. In Dr. Category: Literary Fiction. People Who Read Dr. Haggard’s Disease Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

2 5 Author: Patrick McGrath. A stormy tale of obsessio. his is a haunting portrayal of a man broken by passion (Library Journal). For this young man is the son of the woman Haggard loved, and as the doctor becomes more and more intrigued by the bizarre changes occurring in his new patient’s body, his old passion gives way to a fresh one, a passion altogether odder, and darker, than the first. In true gothic fashion, Patrick McGrath brings to his narration of a doomed love affair and bizarre aftermath an acute erotic intensity, portraying a man whose disease is passion-disease that can exalt a man, but can also destroy him.

Haggard's disease is sexual passion, and the story of its ravages is told in flashback as the crippled hero pieces it out to the heroine's son James, an RAF pilot. McGrath carries on his winning streak in the short horror novel form (Spider, 1990; The Grotesque, 1989; Blood and Water and Other Tales, 1987). Haggard's disease is sexual passion, and the story of its ravages is told in flashback as the crippled hero pieces it out to the heroine's son James, an RAF pilot.