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亚马逊评级: 亚马逊评级 SONGS FOR THE BUTCHER’S DAUGHTER: A NOVEL
  Book ID/图书代码:00500007B16300
 
页数: 400 定价: 14美元 上传日期: 2007-9-18

Chinese Summary/中文概要: Itsik Malpesh美國最後一位意第緒語的詩人(猶太人使用的,德語、希伯來語等的混合語言),他為了逃離俄羅斯的種族屠殺,最後卻流亡至紐約以排字排版和寫詩維生。很少有人知道他的過去,而Itsik也難以忘懷過去曾經救他一命的女士。
原本單純渡日的Itsik,卻遭受俄羅斯為戰爭所進行的集體屠殺。然而他幸運的逃過一劫,救他一命的沒想到是俄羅斯屠殺劊子手的女兒,雖然她不理解Itsik的語言,但因為她的關懷同情才使Itsik有機會在紐約有新的人生。
Itsik知道再也沒有機會見到他的救命恩人。到了美國後,他才明白自己愛上了劊子手的女兒,但卻只能以寫詩抒發心中情感。Itsik所寫作的意第緒語詩集,沒有多少人能懂能讀,卻有一位年僅21歲的波士頓教會學生他可以翻譯Itsik的詩集。
日漸憔悴的Itsik以為再也無法表明自己的情意,但卻偶然與他的摯愛、那位救他一命的女人重逢。然而兩人相遇的原因,就是那位21歲的男孩,他讀了Itsik的詩而感同身受。他翻譯這些詩集彷彿是在訴說自己的故事,冥冥之中讓兩個人的命運再次交會...(CL)


Awards/获奖情况: ◆The 2009 Harold U. Ribalow Prize (美國瑞巴羅獎)
◆ Winner of the National Jewish Book Award (美國猶太圖書獎)
◆ Barnes and Noble Holiday 2008 Discover Great New Writers selection Award (Barnes & Noble「傑出新人獎」)
◆ Indiebound Award (previously Booksense) pick for September 2008 (美國獨立書商 選讀好書)
◆ Winner of the Sophie Brody Medal for outstanding achievement in Jewish literature
◆ Finalist for the Mercantile Library Center for Fiction’s 2008 John Sargent Sr. First Novel Award
◆ Book Passage’s First Editions Club pick for September 2008
◆ 2008普立茲獎(Pulitzer Prize)得主- Junot Diaz 讚譽推薦

版權已售:
Simon and Schuster (U.K.); Kinneret (Israel) 2009; Hoffmann und Campe (Germany) 2009; Signatuur (Netherlands) 2010; Fazi Editore (Italy) 2010; Duomo Ediciones (Spain) 2010

Reviews
"An extraordinary novel, and Itsik Malpesh is one of literature’s most stunning achievements."---普立茲獎得主 - Junot Díaz, Junot Díaz, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of THE BRIEF WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR WAO

“SONGS FOR THE BUTCHER’S DAUGHTER explores with profound insight the treacherous territory of language: its elusive, inconstant and enigmatic character, and its fundamental role in how we define ourselves as human beings.”---瑞典的暢銷作家 - Linda Olsson, Linda Olsson, author of ASTRID & VERONIKA and SONATA FOR MIRIAM

“Rooted in the sharp, bittersweet Yiddish tradition reminiscent of Isaac Bashevis Singer, Manseau’s thrilling tale of secrets and revelations captures the diversity among Jews, then and now, in shtetl, city, and kibbutz, and the elemental meaning of bashert, or destiny.”---Booklist, starred review

"Manseau paints an intimate picture of the times, filled with Yiddish idiosyncrasies and an eerily innate understanding of the circumstances, yet the story remains unsentimental, always with a whiff of Yiddish humour…. [SONGS FOR THE BUTCHER’S DAUGHTER] is a powerful story that will resonate with… those who have been touched by their own migration or that of their ancestors."---Australian Jewish News

About the Author/作者介绍: Peter Manseau is the author of Vows and coauthor of Killing the Buddha. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, and on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. A founding editor of the award-winning webzine KillingTheBuddha.com, he is now the editor of Search, The Magazine of Science, Religion, and Culture. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Washington, D.C., where he studies religion and teaches writing at Georgetown University.
 
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