A Leap

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Toby Press, 2009 - Fiction - 84 pages
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The characters in the monologues that make up A Leap seek a home, some kind of anchorage or self-realization, but circumstances or fate ensure that their goal remains elusive.

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Dutch writer and poet Enquist's most recent work is made up of a series of monologs, several of which have been performed in various European theater productions in recent years. The characters in ... Read full review

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Anna Enquist is a musician, a psychoanalyst, a poet and a novelist. One of the best-loved writers of her native Holland, she is also a best-selling author in Germany, Switzerland, France, Sweden and Austria. Her novels achieved similar acclaim; The Masterpiece, The Secret, and The Ice Carriers all proved to be runaway bestsellers, each with over 250K copies sold.

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