Title: Sophie's Choice
Publisher: Random House, New York
Publication Date: 1979
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Edition: First Edition- First Printing
In a clear protective Brodart Cover. The novel of Sophie , the Polish catholic girl who bore the stamp of a cpncetration camp, who struggles with love in the presentr and her the events of her past. Basis for the excellent movie of the same name starring Meryl Streep. Light to front board, Light creasing to edge of flaps and to bottom end of dj spine. One small short-closed tear at top edge. Bookseller Inventory # 1000138
Synopsis: In this extraordinary novel, Stingo, an inexperienced twenty-two year old Southerner, takes us back to the summer of 1947 and a boarding house in a leafy Brooklyn suburb. There he meets Nathan, a fiery Jewish intellectual; and Sophie, a beautiful and fragile Polish Catholic. Stingo is drawn into the heart of their passionate and destructive relationship as witness, confidant and supplicant. Ultimately, he arrives at the dark core of Sophie's past: her memories of pre-war Poland, the concentration camp and - the essence of her terrible secret - her choice.
Product Description: Set in Brooklyn in 1947, this is the story of Sophie, a Polish Catholic immigrant who is haunted by her memories of the concentration camp in wartime Europe, and the terrible choice she was forced to make.
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