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Like his gorgeous Long Rowing Unto Morning, The King of Sweden centers on a woman who is simply misunderstood by a world where innocents are fooled into a myriad of seductions that lead to the unraveling of the most human of human hearts. It is Lock s great artistry to make such suffering beautiful and necessary, and to make out of this language an artifact that forces us to feel the inner turbulence of the characters who inhabit this masterful book.
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Norman Lock is also the author of many works including,A History of the Imagination, Land of the Snow Men, The Long Rowing Unto Morning, Trio: Grim Tales, andJoseph Cornella s Operas. He has also written plays for radio and the stage. He received the Aga Kahn Prize for fiction, given by The Paris Review, in 1979. He lives in Philadelphia. Ravenna produced several of Lock's titles including, in 2012, Escher's Journal, a work of speculative fiction.
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Book Description Ravenna Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX098221152X
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