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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Überholspur. Short-stories. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Fast Lanes. (1987) (?)

ISBN: 3100612051 (?) bzw. 9783100612052, in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, S. Fischer Verlag, gebraucht, mit Einband.

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Deutsche Erstausgabe 191 (1) Seiten. Umschlaggestaltung: Buchholz / Hinsch / Walch. 19,3 cm. Dunkelblaues Leinen mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr guter Zustand. Marcel Reich-Ranicki schrieb zu diesem Band: »Die besten dieser Geschichten und Episoden, dieser finsteren Idyllen und poetischen Situationsbilder verdanken ihren Reiz einem glücklichen Gegensatz. Die Erzählerin reagiert auf das Leben mit bewundernswerter Unmittelbarkeit, mit robuster und zugleich melancholischer Sinnlichkeit. Man kann ihr nachrühmen, was heute Seltenheitswert hat und was man die Unschuld der Wahrnehmung nennen darf. Doch so jugendlich hier die Welterfahrung, so sicher und reif das schriftstellerische Handwerk: Jayne Anne Phillips vertraut der nüchtern registrierenden Beobachtung, ihr gelingt es immer wieder, die realen Umstände, die Details und Nuancen sprechen zu lassen. Die höchst anschauliche Milieuschilderung entsteht wie von selbst. Virtuosität? Nein, denn das Bedürfnis aufzutrumpfen und dem Leser zu imponieren, scheint ihr fremd. Sie kann sich das leisten.« - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Versand D: 2,20 EUR Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Zeitgeschichte, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Politik, Soziologie, Amerikanistik, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Literaturgeschichte.
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Überholspur. Short-stories. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Fast Lanes. (1987) (?)

ISBN: 9783100612052 (?) bzw. 3100612051, vermutlich in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, S. Fischer Verlag, gebundenes Buch, gebraucht, Erstausgabe, mit Einband.

4,00 + Versand: 2,00 = 6,00(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, BOUQUINIST [1048136], München, BY, Germany.
191 (1) Seiten. Umschlaggestaltung: Buchholz / Hinsch / Walch. Sehr guter Zustand. Marcel Reich-Ranicki schrieb zu diesem Band: »Die besten dieser Geschichten und Episoden, dieser finsteren Idyllen und poetischen Situationsbilder verdanken ihren Reiz einem glücklichen Gegensatz. Die Erzählerin reagiert auf das Leben mit bewundernswerter Unmittelbarkeit, mit robuster und zugleich melancholischer Sinnlichkeit. Man kann ihr nachrühmen, was heute Seltenheitswert hat und was man die Unschuld der Wahrnehmung nennen darf. Doch so jugendlich hier die Welterfahrung, so sicher und reif das schriftstellerische Handwerk: Jayne Anne Phillips vertraut der nüchtern registrierenden Beobachtung, ihr gelingt es immer wieder, die realen Umstände, die Details und Nuancen sprechen zu lassen. Die höchst anschauliche Milieuschilderung entsteht wie von selbst. Virtuosität? Nein, denn das Bedürfnis aufzutrumpfen und dem Leser zu imponieren, scheint ihr fremd. Sie kann sich das leisten.« - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 265 Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Zeitgeschichte, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Politik, Soziologie, Amerikanistik, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Literaturgeschichte 19,3 cm. Dunkelblaues Leinen mit Schutzumschlag.
3596108160 - Phillips, Jayne Anne: Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816).
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816). (1991) (?)

ISBN: 3596108160 (?) bzw. 9783596108169, in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, Taschenbuch.

3,80 + Versand: 2,20 = 6,00(unverbindlich)
Versandkosten in die BRD.
Von Händler/Antiquariat, BOUQUINIST Versand-Antiquariat GbR , 80799 München.
Einmalige Sonderausgabe. 503 Seiten. 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. ISBN: Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Guter Zustand. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Versand D: 2,20 EUR Vietnam, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Amerikanistik, Vietnamkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Amerikanische Literatur, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikaner, Amerikanerin, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Familienroman, Amerika / Soziale Verhältnisse / Zeitgeschichte.
3596108160 - Phillips, Jayne Anne: Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816).
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816). (?)

ISBN: 3596108160 (?) bzw. 9783596108169, in Deutsch, Fischer Taschenbuch, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland.

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Einmalige Sonderausgabe. 503 Seiten. 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. ISBN: ISBN: 3596108160. Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Guter Zustand. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". [Vietnam, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Amerikanistik, Vietnamkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Amerikanische Literatur, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikaner, Amerikanerin, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Familienroman, Amerika / Soziale Verhältnisse / Zeitgeschichte].
3596108160 - Phillips, Jayne Anne: Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Machine dreams. Mit einem Glossar. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816).
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Machine dreams. Mit einem Glossar. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816). (1991) (?)

ISBN: 3596108160 (?) bzw. 9783596108169, in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, Taschenbuch, gebraucht.

2,00 + Versand: 2,20 = 4,20(unverbindlich)
Versandkosten in die BRD.
Von Händler/Antiquariat, BOUQUINIST Versand-Antiquariat GbR , 80799 München.
Einmalige Sonderausgabe 503 (9) Seiten. Umschlaggestaltung: Manfred Walch. 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. Guter Zustand. Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Mängelstempel auf dem Fußschnitt. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Versand D: 2,20 EUR Vietnam, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Amerikanistik, Vietnamkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Amerikanische Literatur, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikaner, Amerikanerin, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Familienroman, Amerika / Soziale Verhältnisse / Zeitgeschichte, 2. Weltkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Kleinstadt.
9783596108169 - Phillips, Jayne Anne: Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816).
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816). (1991) (?)

ISBN: 9783596108169 (?) bzw. 3596108160, in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, gebundenes Buch, gebraucht, mit Einband.

3,80 + Versand: 2,00 = 5,80(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, BOUQUINIST [1048136], München, BY, Germany.
503 Seiten. Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Guter Zustand. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 490 Vietnam, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Amerikanistik, Vietnamkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Amerikanische Literatur, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikaner, Amerikanerin, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Familienroman, Amerika / Soziale Verhältnisse / Zeitgeschichte 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. ISBN:
9783596108169 - Phillips, Jayne Anne: Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Machine dreams. Mit einem Glossar. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816).
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Phillips, Jayne Anne (?):

Maschinenträume. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Karin Graf. Originaltitel: Machine dreams. Mit einem Glossar. - (=Fischer-Taschenbücher; 10816). (1991) (?)

ISBN: 9783596108169 (?) bzw. 3596108160, vermutlich in Deutsch, Frankfurt am Main, Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, Taschenbuch, mit Einband.

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503 (9) Seiten. Umschlaggestaltung: Manfred Walch. Guter Zustand. Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Mängelstempel auf dem Fußschnitt. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 490 Vietnam, Amerikanische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Americana, Amerikanistik, Vietnamkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Amerikanische Literatur, Amerikanische Geschichte, Amerikaner, Amerikanerin, Amerikanische Gesellschaft, Familienroman, Amerika / Soziale Verhältnisse / Zeitgeschichte, 2. Weltkrieg, Familiengeschichte, Kleinstadt 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert.
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Umschlag mit leichten Lese- bzw. Lagerungsspuren. Guter Zustand. - Jayne Anne Phillips wurde 1952 in Virginia geboren und unterrichtete nach ihrem Studium am Radcliff College in Cambridge, Mass. Sie hat zahlreiche Literaturstipendien erhalten, u.A. das Guggenheim Fellowship. Ihr Roman Maschinenträume wurde in 14 Sprachen übersetzt. - Jayne Anne Phillips (born July 1952) is an American novelist and short story writer, born in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. Biography: Phillips graduated from West Virginia University, earning a B.A. in 1974. During the mid-1970s, she left West Virginia for California, embarking on a cross-country trip that would lead to numerous jobs, experiences, and encounters that would greatly affect her fiction, with its focus on lonely, lost souls and struggling survivors. In 1976, Truck Press published her first short story collection Sweethearts, for which Phillips earned a Pushcart Prize and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines Fels Award. Sweethearts was followed in 1978 by a second small-press collection, Counting, issued by Vehicle Editions. Counting earned Phillips greater recognition and the St. Lawrence Award. Her next collection, Black Tickets, published by Delacorte/Seymour Lawrence in 1979, was her first commercial success and brought her national attention as a talented and important writer. Black Tickets contained three types of stories: one page fictions, inner soliloquies, and family dramas. These stories focused on her characters' loneliness, alienation, and unsuccessful searches for happiness. Five years after Black Tickets, Phillips published her first novel, Machine Dreams, a chronicle of the Hampson family from World War II to the Vietnam War. Phillips followed Machine Dreams with Fast Lanes, a 1988 collection of ten stories, all first-person narratives. In 1994, Phillips published her second novel, Shelter, a portrait of the loss of innocence at a West Virginia girls' camp in the summer of 1963. Phillips' next novel was MotherKind (2000), winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, a story of intergenerational love and struggles within a family facing many changes. "Lark And Termite," her fourth novel, was published by Knopf in 2009 to extremely positive reviews (see JayneAnnePhillips-com). Phillips' works have been translated and published in twelve foreign languages. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and a Bunting Fellowship from the Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College. Phillips has held teaching positions at several colleges and universities, including Harvard University, Williams College, and Boston University. She is currently Professor of English and Director of the Rutgers Newark M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Rutgers Newark, the State University of New Jersey (see www.mfa.newark.rutgers.edu). She and her husband, physician Mark Stockman, have three sons. Her work is mentioned in the 2006 lectures for The Modern Scholar series "From Here to Infinity" by Professor Michael D.C. Drout. He refers to her style (perhaps borrowed by science fiction writer William Gibson in his book Neuromancer) as "headlong rush of story and description." Her son, Theo Stockman, is currently performing as a member of the Tribe in the revival of Hair on Broadway. Retrieved from "wikipedia--Jayne_Anne_Phillips". Einmalige Sonderausgabe. 503 Seiten. 19 cm. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. ISBN:
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