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Losing Beck: A Triptych

Narrated by: Mary Beth Garber
Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Losing Beck is the story of Jennie Silver, who is trying to get over a man who was greatly influenced by the renowned Hungarian emigré novelist Avigdor Element. Spanning 100 years of history from when Nijinsky danced “The Afternoon of the Faun” in Paris in 1912, through World Wars I and II, to very close to the present, Jennie keeps a diary, writes a play and a novella in her attempt to control her desperate, high-pitched emotions focused on a man she is uncontrollably drawn to and at the same time finds repugnant. A man who is one of the keepers and part of the legacy of Element’s bad behavior.

©2018 Red Hen Press (P)2019 Red Hen Press

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