The Seven Ages Eva Figes

ISBN: 9780394555409

Published: November 12th 1986


186 pages


The Seven Ages  by  Eva Figes

The Seven Ages by Eva Figes
November 12th 1986 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 186 pages | ISBN: 9780394555409 | 6.26 Mb

Eva Figes (born Eva Unger) is a German-born English author.Figes has written novels, literary criticism, studies of feminism, and vivid memoirs relating to her Berlin childhood and later experiences as a Jewish refugee from Hitlers Germany. She arrived in Britain in 1939 with her parents and a younger brother. Figes is now a resident of north London and the mother of the academic Orlando Figes and writer Kate Figes.In the 1960s she was associated with an informal group of experimental British writers influenced by Rayner Heppenstall, which included Stefan Themerson, Ann Quin and its informal leader, B.

S. Johnson.Figess fiction has certain similarities with the writings of Virginia Woolf. The 1983 novel, Light, is an impressionistic portrait of a single day in the life of Claude Monet from sunrise to sunset.

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