Pulitzer Prize - All The Light We Cannot See

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All the Light We Cannot See

All The Light We Cannot See

A beautiful, stunningly ambitious novel about a blind French girl và a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to lớn survive the devastation of World War II

Open your eyes & see what you can with them before they close forever.’

For Marie-Laure, blind since the age of six, the world is full of mazes. The miniature of a Paris neighbourhood, made by her father to teach her the way home. The microscopic layers within the invaluable kim cương that her father guards in the Museum of Natural History. The walled đô thị by the sea, where father and daughter take refuge when the Nazis invade Paris. & a future which draws her ever closer lớn Werner, a German orphan, destined khổng lồ labour in the mines until a broken radio fills his life with possibility and brings him lớn the notice of the Hitler Youth.

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In this magnificent, deeply moving novel, the stories of

Marie-Laure và Werner illuminate the ways, against all odds, people try to lớn be good khổng lồ one another.

All the Light We Cannot See

Tất cả ánh sáng họ không thể quan sát thấy

Một cuốn tè thuyết tuyệt đẹp, đầy tham vọng về một cô gái mù fan Pháp với một đại trượng phu trai Đức có đường đi của nhau sống nước Pháp bị chiếm đóng khi cả hai nỗ lực sống sót sau sự phá hủy của chũm chiến đồ vật hai

Hãy mở mắt ra với xem chúng ta cũng có thể làm gì cùng với chúng trước khi chúng ngừng hoạt động vĩnh viễn.

Đối cùng với Marie-Laure, bị mù từ thời điểm năm 6 tuổi, nhân loại đầy mê cung. Bản thu nhỏ dại của một thành phố ở Paris, do phụ vương cô tạo ra để dạy dỗ cô mặt đường về nhà. Những lớp cực nhỏ bên trong viên kim cương vô giá chỉ mà phụ thân cô bảo vệ trong Bảo tàng lịch sử dân tộc Tự nhiên. Tp có tường phủ bọc biển, vị trí hai cha con trú ẩn lúc phát xít Đức xâm lược Paris. Cùng một tương lai kéo cô cho gần rộng với Werner, một đứa con trẻ mồ côi bạn Đức, được định sẵn là lao đụng trong hầm mỏ cho đến khi một chiếc radio hỏng hoàn toàn có thể lấp đầy cuộc sống của anh và đưa anh đến với Hitler Youth.

Trong cuốn đái thuyết hay vời, cảm động thâm thúy này, những mẩu chuyện về

Marie-Laure với Werner soi sáng các phương pháp mà mọi người nỗ lực đối xử giỏi với nhau.

Anthony Doerr, Pulitzer Prize-winning tác giả of the novel "All the Light We Cannot See," speaks Wednesday in giaoandientu.edu.vn.

giaoandientu.edu.vn, N.Y. -- From the back seat of a cab in Phoenix, tác giả Anthony Doerr recalled another cell phone hotline more than a decade ago that inspired his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "All the Light We Cannot See."

On a train heading into thành phố new york City, Doerr sat behind a man talking on his cell phone. The gọi cut out when the train dipped 50 feet below Penn Station, and the man was furious.

"I started thinking about setting a piece of fiction in a time when communication over long distances using invisible light was a miracle," said Doerr, who speaks Wednesday as the penultimate tác giả in this season's Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series. "It was a still a while before I settled on World War II. Once I started reading how the Germans and the Third Reich was harnessing the nguồn of inexpensive radio lớn pipeline propaganda into people's kitchens, that's when I got very fascinated by it."

The novel, which alternates chapters between a blind French girl và a brilliant German boy during World War II, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction & the Carnegie Medal for Excellence, both in 2015. The thủ đô new york Times called the book "hauntingly beautiful;" Booklist said it was a novel "to live in, learn from and feel bereft when the last page is turned."

The paperback was released last week, và Doerr's book tour brings him lớn giaoandientu.edu.vn for the first time.

Doerr, a Cleveland native who majored in history at Maine's Bowdoin College, had written short story collections & one novel before "All the Light," which took 10 years to research & write. While the research was often depressing, especially "reading about destruction of human beings up và down the Eastern front," Doerr said the topic never grew old.

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"What I tell young writers is to lớn find those things that you're so passionate about that your energy doesn't run away," he said. "For me this whole idea that we're using technology, this invisible light, to lớn send messages & to tell stories - & that it's so relevant lớn us now -- that I find myself continually fascinated by it even though that project is done now."

The stories of Marie-Laure Le
Blanc và Werner Pfennig alternate short, lyrical chapters, & they eventually converge. "In some ways," he said, "I was trying to lớn trick myself into writing a longer narrative by writing these compressed stories."

Doerr said it was lượt thích writing two novels, and months would go by when he would work on only one character's story. He's one of those writers, he said, who needs to lớn know the ending long before he arrives there.

"In no way did I write ("Light") in the sequence a reader would have read it," he said. I kind of need to lớn know where I'm going, so sometimes I'm working on something much later in a narrative, và then months later you're building that connective tissue toward it," he said.

Science & biology inform Doerr's speech & writing. He lives in Idaho và writes frequently about the natural world, from Antarctica khổng lồ the billions of bacteria in the human gut.

"My mom was a high school science teacher for decades," he said. "She just never made it feel lượt thích we had lớn choose between the arts & the sciences. We had bookshelves full of novels, & she also had Rachel Carson & Aldo Leopold and Carl Sagan."

In a 2106 đánh giá of "Barkskins," the 700-page novel by Annie Proulx ("Brokeback Mountain") that chronicles the destruction of the North American forests since the 1600s, Doerr wrote of his sense of the loss of what seemed lớn the first Europeans an inexhaustible forest blanketing an entire continent.

"It hit trang chủ emotionally what we've done to lớn the forest," he said from that cab in Phoenix. "Think about what giaoandientu.edu.vn and the Finger Lakes looked lượt thích 400 years ago. It is a kind of grief I feel."

For Doerr, fiction và nonfiction writing are both ways to be curious và alive in the world.

"I kind of vì all of this writing as a way of thinking and learning," he said. "I'm sure it's similar to lớn being a journalist: You get to lớn learn, and that's the greatest kind of job. We only get 60 years, if we're really lucky, as adults on earth, & why not try khổng lồ wake up every day & learn something and talk to lớn people?"

Doerr's talk begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are still available by calling 315-435-2121 or going to lớn the War Memorial Box office.

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