Crooke, Robert Sunrise

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Sunrise

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Sunrise is a tale of illusion, loss and renewal in a tragic age. Set in Manhattan, and in the fashionable beach towns of Long Island's East End, it follows the interwoven lives of three friends from the late 1960s to the present-exploring the confluence of art, commerce, politics and celebrity.

With its perfectly rendered physical setting, Sunrise draws readers into the reality of place and the universality of myth in a daring, Modernist style.

Stephen Dahl, the narrator of Sunrise, is a troubled child of the 60s, an expatriate American author living in Paris, an alcoholic who has stopped drinking but failed to recover his spiritual equilibrium. Watching the horrors of September 11th from his Paris apartment, he is struck by renewed patriotism which vanishes quickly as America plans to invade Iraq. But he is called home in the Spring of 2003 by the death of his former best friend and by the chance to see his former lover, the widow of his old friend. Thus begins Stephen's journey to a past that reveals complex layers of moral and spiritual responsibility to his country, his countrymen and himself. Stephen confronts an uncertain future by accepting the moral limits of despair and the power of compassion.

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Robert Crooke?s first novel, American Family, received critical praise and became a regional best seller. He began his career as a sports reporter for the Long Island Press, and he served for thirteen years as North American press spokesman for Reuters. Crooke?s poetry has been published in the West Hills Review.

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Descrizione libro iUniverse, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 223 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sunrise is a tale of illusion, loss and renewal in a tragic age. Set in Manhattan, and in the fashionable beach towns of Long Island s East End, it follows the interwoven lives of three friends from the late 1960s to the present-exploring the confluence of art, commerce, politics and celebrity. With its perfectly rendered physical setting, Sunrise draws readers into the reality of place and the universality of myth in a daring, Modernist style. Stephen Dahl, the narrator of Sunrise, is a troubled child of the 60s, an expatriate American author living in Paris, an alcoholic who has stopped drinking but failed to recover his spiritual equilibrium. Watching the horrors of September 11th from his Paris apartment, he is struck by renewed patriotism which vanishes quickly as America plans to invade Iraq. But he is called home in the Spring of 2003 by the death of his former best friend and by the chance to see his former lover, the widow of his old friend. Thus begins Stephen s journey to a past that reveals complex layers of moral and spiritual responsibility to his country, his countrymen and himself. Stephen confronts an uncertain future by accepting the moral limits of despair and the power of compassion. Codice libro della libreria AAV9780595464777

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Descrizione libro iUniverse, Inc. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 208 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.6in.Sunrise is a tale of illusion, loss and renewal in a tragic age. Set inManhattan, and in the fashionable beach towns of Long Islands EastEnd, it follows the interwoven lives of three friends from the late1960s to the present-exploring the confluence of art, commerce, politics and celebrity. With its perfectly rendered physical setting, Sunrise draws readers intothe reality of place and the universality of myth in a daring, Moderniststyle. Stephen Dahl, the narrator of Sunrise, is a troubled child of the 60s, an expatriate American author living in Paris, an alcoholic who hasstopped drinking but failed to recover his spiritual equilibrium. Watching the horrors of September 11th from his Paris apartment, heis struck by renewed patriotism which vanishes quickly as Americaplans to invade Iraq. But he is called home in the Spring of 2003 bythe death of his former best friend and by the chance to see his formerlover, the widow of his old friend. Thus begins Stephens journey to apast that reveals complex layers of moral and spiritual responsibilityto his country, his countrymen and himself. Stephen confronts anuncertain future by accepting the moral limits of despair and thepower of compassion. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9780595464777

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