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Last train from Liguria

Christine Dwyer Hickey

Last train from Liguria

by Christine Dwyer Hickey

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Published by Atlantic Books in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Fascism,
  • Governesses,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristine Dwyer Hickey
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6058.I247 L37 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination392 p. ;
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24855496M
    ISBN 101843549883
    ISBN 109781843549888
    LC Control Number2011381676
    OCLC/WorldCa502421570

    "Last Train from Liguria is a tale of displacement, friendship and one woman's life-long struggle for survival. Ranging from London and Dublin to Italy, and spanning the twentieth century, it reveals how identity and history are both mutable and inextricably linked; and how a secret can be hidden for decades, yet never quite die."--Jacket. The stunning new novel from Christine Dwyer Hickey, bestselling author of Last Train from Liguria. 'One of Ireland's most lauded modern writers, Christine Dwyer Hickey teases out the strands of her story It leaves the reader with the aftertaste of regret for their own what might have been '.

    Last Train From Liguria (Book): Hickey, Christine Dwyer: A sweeping historical novel. A tale of consequences that spans nine decades and takes us on a journey from . You can read more book reviews or buy Last Train From Liguria by Christine Dwyer Hickey at You can read more book reviews or buy Last Train From Liguria by Christine Dwyer Hickey at Comments. Like to comment on this review? Just send us an email and we'll put the best up on the site.

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Bella lives a cosseted life with her father in London/5. out of 5 stars Last Train from Liguria. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Ap Verified Purchase. I was surprised to find that this book had three storylines running through it, as only one appears in the synopsis.

The first (and probably main) story is the story of Bella. A spinster essentially (considering her age and the time /5(84). In Last Train From Liguria she broadens her ground.

This is a big, bold, remarkably assured narrative that roams between s London and. - The Guardian " Last Train from Liguria is a book of great promise, and the author keeps that promise in terms of remarkable description, believable locations and an authentic cast of peripheral characters.

Last Train from Ligura is a tale of displacement and one woman’s life-long struggle for survival. It is also the tale of her grandaughter Anna and how sixty years later she comes to uncover certain facts about her grandmother’s life.

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InBella Stuart leaves her quiet London life to move to Italy to tutor the child of a beautiful Jewish heiress and an elderly Italian aristocrat. Living at the family's summer home, Bella's reserve softens as she comes to love her young charge, a. Last Train from Liguria starts in Dublin in and concludes in the Italian town of Bordighera in In the ambitiously wide-ranging cast of characters, only the most incidental are confined to any one nation.

Aptly, the main protagonists’ names, Edward King and Bella Stuart, connote royal figureheads of mixed national identity. Last Train from Liguria is a book of great promise, and the author keeps that promise in terms of remarkable description, believable locations and an authentic cast of peripheral characters.

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Spinster Bella Stuart, at the insistence of her cold-hearted father, leaves London for Italy in to become a governess to young Alec Lami. Last Train From Liguria By Christine Dwyer Hickey - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

As mountainous as Liguria is, it's possible to reach most points along the coast by train, including the villages of Cinque Terre.

They're served by the slowest form of regional train, but you can get there by rail. To get into the mountains, you may need a car, and in summer you may actually prefer to hop on a boat. Photo credit: Gaspar Janos. From the bestselling Irish novelist comes a sweeping tale of consequences that spans from the s to the s.

Last Train from Liguria takes us on a journey from claustrophobic Dublin and the tense formality of London, to the heat and bustle of the pre-war Italian Riviera. A must-read for fans of books by Rose Tremain and Helen Dunmore/5(). Last Train from Liguria - Kindle edition by Hickey, Christine Dwyer.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Last Train from Liguria/5(84). "Last Train from Liguria" is part novel, part memoir, by a bestselling Irish novelist. Set between the s and the s It takes the reader on a journey from Dublin and the conventional London, to the heat and liveliness of the pre-war Italian Riviera/5(30).

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From the bestselling Irish novelist comes a sweeping tale of consequences that spans from the s to the s. Last Train from Liguria takes us on a journey from claustrophobic Dublin and the tense formality of London, to the heat and bustle of the pre-war Italian Riviera.

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