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Alberta Alone (The Alberta Trilogy, Vol 3) epub ebook

by Cora Sandel

Alberta Alone (The Alberta Trilogy, Vol 3) epub ebook

Author: Cora Sandel
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Ohio Univ Pr (February 1, 1984)
Pages: 297 pages
ISBN: 0821407600
ISBN13: 978-0821407608
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 434
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Book 1. Alberta and Jacob. Cora Sandel was one of the most important Scandi. ore.

Book 1. Imaginative and intelligent, Alberta is a misfi. Shelve Alberta and Jacob. Shelve Alberta and Freedom.

Third in the Alberta trilogy: we were left at an exciting point in the second volume, where Alberta - in an unsatisfactory relationship and about to try to launch a literary career - finds herself pregnant.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Third in the Alberta trilogy: we were left at an exciting point in the second volume, where Alberta - in an unsatisfactory relationship and about to try to launch a literary career - finds herself pregnant. This book takes up the story six years on. Alberta and Sivert are still - unhappily - together, with their young son, and sharing a holiday home in Brittany with friends: Liesel and Eliel and war-damaged author Pierre and his wife and child.

Alberta Alone (The Alberta Trilogy, Vol 3). Cora Sandel. Cora Sandel was the author of the l Alberta trilogy. She was awarded a State Pension for artists by Norway. Aniara: An Epic Science Fiction Poem. Paperback: 220 pages. Publisher: Peter Owen Publishers (June 1, 2003).

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Cora Sandel started painting under the tutelage of Harriet Backer (1845–1932) and at 25 years of. .This began the l Alberta trilogy.

Cora Sandel started painting under the tutelage of Harriet Backer (1845–1932) and at 25 years of age moved to Paris to develop her artistic skills. She lived among the Scandinavian artist colony in Paris from 1906 to 1921. Sandel used many elements from her own life and experiences in her stories, which often centre on the spiritual and societal struggles women marginalized by the strict confines of 19th century society. The Alberta trilogy traced the protagonist's emotional development juxtaposed with the men in her social circle: as a child, her brother Jacob, and lovers and fellow artists as a young woman in Paris.

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Cora Sandel was the author of the l Alberta trilogy I absolutely loved this book and the descriptions of Alberta's feelings as she struggles to survive in a middle class home under the eagle eye of disapproving.

Cora Sandel was the author of the l Alberta trilogy. I absolutely loved this book and the descriptions of Alberta's feelings as she struggles to survive in a middle class home under the eagle eye of disapproving, disappointed Mama. Her walks with Papa almost lead to meaningful conversation. but not quite: "She and Papa repeated the same words that they had repeated countless times before. They would turn back and go home, nothing had changed, everything was just as hopeless and just as oppressive. And what does Alberta even want?

Sandel, Cora, Trans By Elizabeth Rokkan, Alberta Alone
Reviews (2)
Flarik
Third in the Alberta trilogy: we were left at an exciting point in the second volume, where Alberta - in an unsatisfactory relationship and about to try to launch a literary career - finds herself pregnant.
This book takes up the story six years on. Alberta and Sivert are still - unhappily - together, with their young son, and sharing a holiday home in Brittany with friends: Liesel and Eliel and war-damaged author Pierre and his wife and child. The relationships are wonderfully portrayed - Alberta's fear and vulnerability as Sivert looks set to leave her and the boy; her growing attraction for Pierre, the only one who seems to take her writing seriously; her love and fear for her little son, who can tear her heart with an innocent comment...
Returning to their home in Paris, and finally back to Sivert's family home in Norway, Alberta's future remains uncertain. But we see her finally taking steps to protect herself from the apathetic lack of action which has previously characterized her nature...
After loving 'Alberta and Jacob', I was a tad less taken with 'Alberta and Freedom'. But in this volume the author writes superbly; it's at least as good as the first volume, and I can't recommend it enough.

DireRaven
The final fabulous book in the "Alberta" trilogy, which deserves to be far better known than it currently is. Anyone who is interested in the creative process and the drives and doubts of an artist would enjoy all three books, I think, although it is in this one most of all, that we come to understand Alberta as a creative person.

Her choices are not always the ones most people would make, and I think they are choices that have become a little less stark for women now. The atmosphere of Europe just after the First World War is so well drawn, on an intimate level. All three books are like beautifully painted miniatures.

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