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A Hatred for Tulips

Richard Lourie

A Hatred for Tulips

by Richard Lourie

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Published by Thorndike Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Historical

  • Edition Notes

    Thorndike Reviewers" Choice

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9635492M
    ISBN 101410402681
    ISBN 109781410402684

    A Hatred for Tulips. Richard Lourie St. Martin's Publishing Group Thomas Dunne Books "People who don't have secrets imagine them as dark and hidden. It's just the opposite. Secrets are bright. They light you up. Like the bare lightbulb left on in a cell day and night, they give you Written works: A Hatred for Tulips, Joop: A Novel of Anne Frank, Putin: His Downfall and Russia's Coming Crash. Chapter 6: The Hatred of a Tulip-fancier From that moment Boxtel's interest in tulips was no longer a stimulus to his exertions, but a deadening anxiety. Henceforth all his thoughts ran only upon the injury which his neighbour would cause him, and thus his favourite occupation was changed into a constant source of misery to him.

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The hardcover version of this book is titled "A Hatred for Tulips". The paperback version has been released with the title "Joop: A Novel of Anne Frank".

However, it appears to be the same book. Nobody knows who betrayed Anne Frank and her family. This is a fictional account of what might have happened/5(14). A Hatred For Tulips, September 1, By gerryb (Cambridge, MA USA) - See all my reviews If Breughel were a minimalist 21st century writer this might have been one of his books.

It an easy and pleasurable read, almost casual in style, bit rich in incidental detail/5. A Hatred for Tulips book for A Hatred for Tulips “Lourie is located somewhere between James Bond and Heidegger an excellent mixture of thrills and the exotic.” —Saul Bellow on First Loyalty “Dark and fascinatingAuthor: Richard Lourie.

The conceit of this novel is a reunion of two Dutch brothers, one who escaped to America with his mother shortly after the close of World War II and another who stayed in Holland, bitter at his mother’s escape and tormented by the memory of having betrayed Anne Frank’s family.

A Hatred for Tulips by Richard Lourie avg rating — ratings — published — 10 editions. A Hatred for Tulips by Richard Lourie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Published in hardcover in the USA as A Hatred For Tulips, but renamed Joop: A Novel of Anne Frank in paperback.

“People who don’t have secrets. Secrets are bright. They light you up. Like the bare lightbulb left on in a cell day and night, they give you no rest.".

So thinks Joop, the narrator of this brief and bitter tale, whose secret is. Handpicked recommendations to other books that have a similar writing style or theme to Joop: A Novel of Anne Frank (A Hatred for Tulips). Reading guide for Joop: A Novel of Anne Frank (A Hatred for Tulips) by Richard Lourie - discussion guide for book clubs.

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A Hatred for Tulips: Thumbs Up. If you are interested in WW2 and you enjoy interesting books this is the one for you. From the get go the book grabs you and takes you on. A Hatred for Tulips (Book): Lourie, Richard: People who don't have secrets imagine them as dark and hidden.

It's just the opposite. Secrets are bright. They light you up. Like the bare lightbulb left on in a cell day and night, they give you no rest. So thinks Joop, the narrator of this brief and bitter tale, whose secret is like no other. He has kept that secret for more than sixty.

A hatred for tulips. [Richard Lourie] -- In modern-day Amsterdam, an elderly man named Joop describes his desperate efforts to feed his starving family during the Nazi occupation of World War II and reveals how his struggle to provide for. The Anne Frank motif resurfaces, in a seemingly less subversive way, in Richard Lourie’s latest novel, “A Hatred for Tulips.”.

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'To have discovered the black tulip, to have seen it for a momen /5.Chapter 6. The Hatred of a Tulip-fancier. Chapter 7. The Happy Man makes Acquaintance with Misfortune. Chapter 8. An Invasion. Chapter 9. The Family Cell.

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