6 edition of Michael Frayn found in the catalog.
March 1, 2001
by Methuen Publishing, Ltd.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Michael Frayn is a prolific playwright, novelist, and translator. After graduating from the University of Cambridge, where he studied philosophy, Frayn worked as a reporter and columnist for The Guardian and The Observer, writing satirical and comical pieces and publishing several novels on the wrote The Tin Man (), the winner of the Somerset Maugham Award; The . Benefactors by Michael Frayn and a great selection of related BENEFACTORS. FRAYN,MICHAEL. Published by SAMUEL FRENCH LTD () Used Condition: Fine. X (illustrator). FINE CONDITION IN FINE DUST JACKET - DJ is not clipped - No writing or marks in book - Photos - Methuen book club - Nice Clean Tight Copy - HARD COVER - Scan sent .
Bitter memories of the home front during WWII resurface in this muted yet moving tenth novel from popular British author Frayn (The Copenhagen Papers, , etc.) and playwright (Noises Off, etc.).In a Proustian prologue, a mysteriously sweet outdoor aroma evokes indistinct memories of its narrator Stephen Wheatley’s youth in a tightly knit suburban “close” during the war : Michael Frayn. Written by Michael Frayn, Audiobook narrated by Simon Russell Beale, Benedict Cumberbatch, Greta Scacchi. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today! First time visiting Audible? Get this book free when you sign up for a day Trial.
About Michael Frayn. Michael Frayn has written plays, novels, and screenplays, in additioin to being a journalist, documentary filmmaker, and translator of Chekhov. His thirteen plays include Copenhagen, which was awarded the Tony Award for Best Play, as well as the Outer Critics More about Michael Frayn. Spies: A Novel by Michael Frayn. From the bestselling author of Headlong, a mesmerizing novel about secrecy, imagination, and a child's game turned deadly earnestThe sudden trace of a disturbing, forgotten aroma compels Stephen Wheatley to return to the site of a dimly remembered but troubling childhood summer in wartime London.
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Michael Frayn was born in London in and began his career as a journalist on the Guardian and the Observer. His novels include Towards the End of the Morning, The Trick of It and Landing on the Sun.
Headlong () was shortlisted for the Booker Prize, while his most recent novel, Spies (), won the Whitbread Novel Award. Book review - `Spies' by Michael Frayn Michael Frayn beautifully captures childhood nostalgia, compelling friendship and long-term regret in his novel, `Spies'.
A story empowered by an old man reminiscing about a certain childhood adventure and the problems he faced by investigating the chosen target (his best friend's mother) and by doing so 4/4(64).
Michael Frayn has 67 books on Goodreads with ratings. Michael Frayn’s most popular book is Noises Off. Michael Frayn is an English playwright and novelist. He is best known as the author of the farce Noises Off and the dramas Copenhagen and Democracy. His novels, such as Towards the End of the Morning, Headlong and Spies, have also been critical and commercial successes, making him one of the handful of writers in the English language to /5.
British writer Michael Frayn is best known to American audiences as a playwright (Copenhagen, Noises Off), but he has written nine novels, including the Booker Prize finalist 's latest work of fiction is a small gem.
A puzzle of a tale, Spies is about the distorted perceptions of childhood and the lasting reverberations they can cause. Michael Frayn tells Claire Armitstead the secret of literary success. Although the book took a year to write, the idea had been swirling Author: Claire Armitstead.
Michael Frayn, (born Sept. 8,London, Eng.), British playwright, novelist, and translator whose work is often compared to that of Anton Chekhov for its focus on humorous family situations and its insights into society. Frayn is perhaps best known for his long-running, internationally successful stage farce Noises Off (; film ), a frenetic play-within-a-play.
Book club Fiction Spies by Michael Frayn Week one: plot John Mullan. Michael Frayn's Spies is a novel with a carefully engineered plot, and a story whose two main characters are determined to. In Headlong, Michael Frayn, "the master of what is seriously funny" (Anthony Burgess), offers a procession of superbly realized characters, from the country squire gone to seed to his giddy, oversexed young wife.
All are burdened by human muddle and human cravings; all are searching for a moral compass as they grapple with greed, folly, and /5(20). Michael Frayn was born in London in and began his career as a journalist on the Guardian and the Observer.
His novels include Towards the End of the Morning, Headlong (shortlisted for the Booker Prize), Spies (longlisted for the Man Booker Prize) and Skios. Written by Michael Frayn, Copenhagen is a two-act play based on a real-life meeting between physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in Although based on real events, the play is nonlinear, as its three characters (Bohr, Heisenberg, and Bohr’s wife Margrethe) reunite after death to relive and better understand that fateful meeting.
Michael Frayn enjoys equally successful careers as dramatist, novelist and translator, having started out as an award-winning journalist. But what is striking is the thematic consistency that underpins a vast and diverse Of Birth: London, England.
Frayn is that rare writer who succeeds as both a novelist and a dramatist.” —Randy Cohen, The New York Times Book Review “Finely wrought and highly comical a perfect introduction to a writer who likes to pull the rug out from under your feet while offering you the most seductive of smiles.” —Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times.
This book contains the text of Michael Frayn's Tony Award-winning play (94 pages), a fascinating page Postscript, and a two-page word sketch of the scientific and historical background to the play itself is brilliant (see my review of the PBS production directed by Howard Davies, starring Stephen Rea, Daniel Craig, and Francesca Annis 5/5(5).
Free download or read online Spies pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Michael Frayn. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this fiction, historical story are. The book has been awarded with Man Booker /5. —The New York Times Book Review “Marvelously effectivea novel of extraordinary power and wisdom, a tour de force of humane insight.” —The Baltimore Sun “Bernard Shaw couldn't do it, Henry James couldn't do it, but the ingenious English author Michael Frayn does do it: write novels and plays with equal success/5(14).
Study Guide for Copenhagen. Copenhagen study guide contains a biography of Michael Frayn, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and : Michael Frayn. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Michael Frayn books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Michael Frayn's eleven novels include Towards the End of the Morning, Headlong, Spies and Skios. His seventeen plays range from Noises Off to Copenhagen. Publisher: Faber & Faber ISBN: Number of pages: Weight:.
Michael Frayn’s "Copenhagen" is a fictional account of an actual event during World War II, in which two physicists exchange heated words and profound ideas. One man, Werner Heisenberg, seeks to harness the power of the atom for Germany’s : Wade Bradford. Michael Frayn’s new book has a similar set-up: more jolly than his last novel, the prize-winning Spies (), it’s closer to one of his stage farces, but like Spies, it’s centrally.Michael Frayn -- the complete book list.
Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards.Michael Frayn. Michael Frayn is the author of ten novels, including the bestselling Headlong, which was a New York Times Editors' Choice selection and a Booker Prize finalist, and Spies, which received the Whitbread Fiction has also written a memoir, My Father's Fortune, and fifteen plays, among them Noises Off and Copenhagen, which won three Tony Awards.