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The Porcelain Figurine

Eva Mecs

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ISBN 10: 1450062032 / ISBN 13: 9781450062039
Published by Xlibris, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: The Porcelain Figurine

Publisher: Xlibris

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Eva Mecs's novel is best defi ned from the perspective of a psychological dimension. It's a story of an unfulfilled love which still undoubtedly and entirely determined an individual. The author sociologically describes a very exact and captivating description of a dictatorial era. The novel is also outstandingly complete from the point of psychoanalitical interpretation. The storyline runs in parallel timelevels. A grammatically brilliant composition, and an intellectually uplifting experience where the historical veracity is unquestionable. It also brings a spiritually rich content about the never, or a thousand times experienced paradox of love.

Dr Tibor Balazs
Director of Accordia Publishing, Budapest

Once upon a time there was a girl, with a beautiful, proud bearing, talent's star high on her forehead . . . She was born in the outlying portion of Hungary (as was I), wearing the signature red scarf of the young pioneers in the sixties, becoming a big girl in the seventies, maturing in the early eighties to fi nd her place in her chosen calling (as did I). After a while, turning her back to everything (home, family, career) she escapes to the other side of the vast ocean . . . . Why? What secrets haunt and drive her? What prompted the need to reexamine her life from this great distance, from without and above? To me that is what this novel is about - our fate, as viewed in the mirror of our past . . . .

Anna Kubik
"Érdemes Mûvész & Jászai prize" actress

What's amazing is how personally history filters through the years and life in this novel, ending up on the pages in such a way that it becomes an experience for the reader as well. After reading Eva Mecs's novel, it certainly became part of me too.

Emmerich Oross

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