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Alberta Alone (Anglais) Relié – 31 décembre 1984


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On all levels a pleasure to read --Observer --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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The final part of the trilogy: Alberta has become an artist but she has yet to find real love. . . --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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HASH(0x8f6e6f9c) étoiles sur 5 a mature woman who breaks free! 13 septembre 2000
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Format: Broché
This is actually the third volume of the Alberta trilogy. I think the review written by "a reader from London" refers to the first book, Alberta and Jacob. Alberta Alone is quite different. The novel borders on modernistic in its exploration of the process of becoming a writer. Alberta struggles with a failing relationship, motherhood, and questions of identity. The story, which takes place a few years after the First World War, is set in Bretagne, Paris, and Southern Norway. As usual, Sandel's writing is outstanding.
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HASH(0x8f399978) étoiles sur 5 Yes, it's the third book! 27 septembre 2011
Par M. Benyon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The final fabulous book in the "Alberta" trilogy, which deserves to be far better known than it currently is. Anyone who is interested in the creative process and the drives and doubts of an artist would enjoy all three books, I think, although it is in this one most of all, that we come to understand Alberta as a creative person.

Her choices are not always the ones most people would make, and I think they are choices that have become a little less stark for women now. The atmosphere of Europe just after the First World War is so well drawn, on an intimate level. All three books are like beautifully painted miniatures.
HASH(0x8f39996c) étoiles sur 5 "The person who has once taken life in the wrong way must finally accept life as it is" 17 juillet 2016
Par sally tarbox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Third in the Alberta trilogy: we were left at an exciting point in the second volume, where Alberta - in an unsatisfactory relationship and about to try to launch a literary career - finds herself pregnant.
This book takes up the story six years on. Alberta and Sivert are still - unhappily - together, with their young son, and sharing a holiday home in Brittany with friends: Liesel and Eliel and war-damaged author Pierre and his wife and child. The relationships are wonderfully portrayed - Alberta's fear and vulnerability as Sivert looks set to leave her and the boy; her growing attraction for Pierre, the only one who seems to take her writing seriously; her love and fear for her little son, who can tear her heart with an innocent comment...
Returning to their home in Paris, and finally back to Sivert's family home in Norway, Alberta's future remains uncertain. But we see her finally taking steps to protect herself from the apathetic lack of action which has previously characterized her nature...
After loving 'Alberta and Jacob', I was a tad less taken with 'Alberta and Freedom'. But in this volume the author writes superbly; it's at least as good as the first volume, and I can't recommend it enough.
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HASH(0x8f7656e4) étoiles sur 5 An isolated, hopeless-feeling girl seeks a way out 12 décembre 1999
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Alberta has finished school and lives at home in the north of Norway with her parents and younger brother. She's fond of her father, a magistrate who drinks too much, and mostly fears her mother who wants Alberta to be attractive and accomplished in domestic skills. Jacob is a failure at school and also causes their parents only anxiety over how he can maintain the family standing. The atmosphere at home is tense, stifling and depressed. Alberta is excruciatingly shy and doesn't know what to say to anyone. She spends most of her time reading and going for walks, taking routes that will avoid bumping in to other people. Only out in the countryside does Alberta become confident and alive. She yearns to get away, for her life to change, to meet different people. Throughout small dramas occur in the Selmer family and the town, usually about money, marriage or sex including one where Alberta becomes aware of her own sexual feelings.
Although she always feels inadequate, Alberta never compromises, refusing to marry to please her parents and keeping her inner life intact. The book's strength is its portrayal of Alberta, an unusual character in literature. The book has had many fine reviews.
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