|LC Classifications||PZ3.A41756 In|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||47011749|
The Invisible Bridge follows Hungarian Architecture student Andras Lévi and his older lover, Klara Morgenstern, through some of the most fraught and consequential years of 20th-century history, but Orringer never seems out of her depth.”/5(). The Invisible Bridge Julie Orringer’s astonishing first novel, eagerly awaited since the publication of her heralded best-selling short-story collection, How to Breathe Underwater is a grand love story set against the backdrop of Budapest and Paris, an epic tale of three brothers whose lives are ravaged by war, and the chronicle of one family’s struggle against the forces that threaten to annihilate it. All of us "book-lovers" know the sad feeling of satisfaction upon completion of a captivating novel! Truly, The Invisible Bridge embodies the very best of current historical fiction. The themes of friendship, love and family are weaved through the atrocities of World War II with grace and respect. Julie Orringer’s novel The Invisible Bridge is a follow up to her best selling story collection, How to Breathe Underwater. Part love story, part struggle to survive, Andras Levi is a Hungarian-Jewish architecture student living in Paris in the late s.
The Invisible Bridge is the story of a love tested by disaster, of brothers whose bonds cannot be broken, of a family shattered and remade in history’s darkest hour, and . The strength of “The Invisible Bridge” lies in Orringer’s ability to make us care so deeply about the people of her all-too-real fictional world. For the time it takes to read this fine novel, and Author: Andrew Ervin. What did you know about Hungary's role in World War II before reading The Invisible Bridge? Did the book present information about the United States and its Allies that surprised you? Did it affect your views on Zionism and the Jewish emigration to Palestine? Did it deepen your understanding of the causes and the course of the war? Only another cliché can truthfully describe her heroic failure in The Invisible Bridge: it is a perfect curate's egg of a book. That egg was famously good in parts. But of course an egg cannot.
The Invisible Bridge follows Hungarian Architecture student Andras Lévi and his older lover, Klara Morgenstern, through some of the most fraught and consequential years of 20th-century history, but Orringer never seems out of her depth.” — Time Out New York. The Invisible Bridge might not be the novel that Orringer's fans were expecting, but it's every bit as powerful and haunting as her debut. She's no longer just a . “The Invisible Bridge,” by contrast, is in every admirable sense an “ambitious” historical novel, in which large human emotions — profound love, familial bonds and the deepest of human. One of the most remarkable literary achievements of the year The Invisible Bridge covers three years in pages, but somehow, you don't want it to end As the third book in a series, it makes clear that Perlstein, like Robert A. Caro and H.W. Brands, is one of the most impressive, accomplished writers of history in the country."/5(16).