In this ambitious bestseller (made into a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep), Styron tells of a young Southerner who wants to become a writer; of the turbulent love-hate affair between a brilliant Jew and a beautiful Polish woman; and of an awful wound in the woman's past, one that impels Sophie toward destruction.
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Review: Sophie's ChoiceUser Review - Goodreads
Sophie's Choice is such a rich novel, tying together three scenes and stories. From the bucolic Virginia countryside, through the streets of 1940s NYC and the journey of the protagonist into and out ...
Review: Sophie's ChoiceUser Review - Rosie Waine - Goodreads
I have to say straight off the bat that I read this AFTER watching the film adaptation (1985). Perhaps had I picked it up before-hand I would have had a completely different experience with it. Though ... Read full review
American Masters . William Styron | PBS
The work of William Styron, which includes novels such as SOPHIE’S CHOICE and THE CONFESSIONS OF NAT TURNER, has generated both praise and controversy over ...
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Bookslut | Sophie's Choice by William Styron
Oh, how do I hate Sophie's Choice. Let me count the ways. 1. The worst sex scenes ... And what was the Styron book that came out before Sophie's Choice? ...
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I Trust When Dark My Road: Sophie's Choice
I recently finished reading an intriguing book by William Styron entitled Sophie's Choice. Styron is the same author who wrote Darkness Visible, ...
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Sophie's Choice (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sophie's Choice is a novel by William Styron published in 1979 about a young American Southerner, an aspiring writer, who befriends the Jewish Nathan Landau ...
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William Styron. Sophie's Choice: Human nature and societal pressure
Essay about William Styron's holocaust novel, Sophie's Choice, showing how human nature and societal pressure interact fatally.
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Sophie's Choice by William Styron
Free Sophie's Choice summary by William Styron. ... Sophie's Choice tells the story of three young friends who lived in Brooklyn in 1947. ...
Virginia Libraries - volume 46, number 3
They didn't have to ponder the choice of the book for long; they recalled Styron's recent presentation, and his book Sophie's Choice seemed perfect: it ...
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Sophie's Choice, Alan J. Pakula's adaptation of the William Styron bestseller, shows considerable hubris in reducing an epic tragedy to a false and ...
William Styron, author of 'Sophie's Choice', dies at 81 - Times Online
William Styron, the American novelist who wrote Sophie's Choice, has died of pneumonia after a long illness.
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'Sophie's Choice' Author William Styron Dies
His other works included "Sophie's Choice," the award-winning novel about a Holocaust survivor from Poland, and "A Tidewater Morning," a collection of ...
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