John Banville - Author

About the Author

John Banville was born in Wexford, Ireland, in 1945. His first book, Long Lankin, was published in 1970. His other books are Nightspawn, Birchwood, Doctor Copernicus (which won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in 1976), Kepler (which was awarded the Guardian Fiction Prize in 1981), The Newton Letter (which was filmed for Channel 4), Mefisto, The Book of Evidence (shortlisted for the 1989 Booker Prize and winner of the 1998 Guinness Peat Aviation Award), Ghosts, Athena, The Untouchable, Eclipse and Shroud. He has received a literary award from the Lannan Foundation. He lives in Dublin.

 

Featured books by John Banville

Snow

Snow

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 28/10/2021

'The body is in the library,' Colonel Osborne said. 'Come this way.' Detective Inspector St John Strafford is called in from Dublin to investigate a murder at Ballyglass House - the Co. Wexford family seat of the aristocratic, secretive Osborne family. Facing obstruction from all angles, Strafford carries on determinedly in his pursuit of the murderer. However, as the snow continues to fall over this ever-expanding mystery, the people of Ballyglass are equally determined to keep their secrets.

April in Spain

April in Spain

Author: John Banville Format: Hardback Release Date: 07/10/2021

The sumptuous, propulsive, sun-kissed follow up to the bestselling Snow, from the Booker Prize winning author 'He wanted to know who she was, and why he was convinced he had some unremembered connection with her. It was as simple as that. But he knew it wasn't. It wasn't simple at all.' When Dublin pathologist Quirke glimpses a familiar face while on holiday with his wife, it's hard, at first, to tell whether his imagination is just running away with him. Could she really be who he thinks she is, and have a connection with a crime that nearly brought ruin to an Irish political dynasty? Unable to ignore his instincts, Quirke makes a call back home and Detective St John Strafford is soon dispatched to Spain. But he's not the only one on route: as a terrifying hitman hunts down his prey, they are all set for a brutal showdown.

The Infinities

The Infinities

Author: John Banville Format: Hardback Release Date: 04/09/2009

Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 17 December 2009. A family drama with the action taking place over one day. Even within this time frame there are wonderful insights in to relationships and situations. With the odd mythical god thrown in to the action to add a level of quirkiness to proceedings this is another great read from the author of The Sea.

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The Sea

The Sea

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 21/04/2006

Winner of the Man Booker 2005. This review is provided by bookgroup.info.THE SEA is not a likely story: there is this hypochondriacal, slightly sodden, aestheticallyfastidious art historian, supposedly engaged in a scholarly monograph on Bonnard, who totters off down a memory lane which is "rutted as always was". Well, but his wife of thirty years has died, as she said, of an illness quite inappropriate to their style of living. So, forlorn and bewildered, Morden has this vivid dream, and, waking, feels drawn to revisit the scene of a youthful seaside holiday. He is not drawn to revisit the chalet with its smelly little wooden outhouse where he and his lard-white father and resentful mother went for their holidays, but to the Cedars in Station Road. The Grace family holidays at the Cedars; their motor car stands in the drive; Mr. Grace, Carlo, deeply suntanned, drinks ice blue gin with a slice of lemon; they have a picnic basket, folding canvas chairs, bathing dresses and a travelling rug. Mrs. Grace, Constance, Connie, wears sun glasses with white plastic rims, smokes cigarettes, and regards her husband with tolerant amusement. There are the twins, a boy and a girl, Morden's age, and a young, unhappygoverness. THE SEA is a book to be savoured, remembered, and reread: when the Grace's motor car sweeps by "Tall grasses in the ditch, blond like the woman's hair, shivered briefly and returned to their former dreaming stillness." As Morden tells his story with a shrug and silent laughter (and sometimes with tears) he keeps company with composers, poets, Greek gods, artists and philosophers. But Mrs. Grace, the twins and the hapless governess prevail. And always The Waves. Max Morden has come amongst us, and will remain with us, probably, for ever and ever. Amen.Sarah Broadhurst's view...Max writes about art, he tells his story in flowing, gracious prose.  Recently widowed, he comes to a seaside house he knew as a child and reflects.  Alternating with memories of childhood holidays and his life with his wife, Anna, mostly her last year when they both knew she was dying of cancer, this beautiful book definitely deserved its Man Booker win.Similar this month: Joseph Boyden.Comparison: Dermot Bolger, Barry Unsworth, Simon Mawer.

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Ancient Light

Ancient Light

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 06/06/2019

'Billy Gray was my best friend and I fell in love with his mother.' Alexander Cleave, an actor who thinks his best days are behind him, remembers his first unlikely affair as a teenage boy in a small town in 1950s Ireland: the illicit meetings in a rundown cottage outside town; assignations in the back of his lover's car on sunny mornings and rain-soaked afternoons. And with these early memories comes something sharper and much darker - the more recent recollection of the actor's own daughter's suicide ten years before. Ancient Light is the story of a life rendered brilliantly vivid: the obsession and selfishness of young love and the terrifying shock of grief. It is a dazzling novel, funny, utterly pleasurable and devastatingly moving in the same moment. 'Illuminating, funny, devastating. A meditation of breathtaking beauty and profundity on love and loss and death' Financial Times 'Banville perfectly captures the spirit of adolescence. A luminous, breathtaking work' Independent on Sunday 'Startlingly brilliant. Terrific - full of sadness and yearning' Sunday Telegraph

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The Blue Guitar

The Blue Guitar

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 30/06/2016

From John Banville, one of the world's greatest writers, comes The Blue Guitar, a story of theft and the betrayal of friendship. Adultery is always put in terms of thieving. But we were happy together, simply happy. Oliver Orme used to be a painter, well known and well rewarded, but the muse has deserted him. He is also, as he confesses, a petty thief; he does not steal for gain, but for the thrill of it. HIs worst theft is Polly, the wife of his friend Marcus, with whom he has had an affair. When the affair is discovered, Oliver hides himself away in his childhood home. From here he tells the story of a year, from one autumn to the next. Many surprises and shocks await him, and by the end of his story, he will be forced to face himself and seek a road towards redemption. Shortlisted for the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year 2016

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Mrs Osmond

Mrs Osmond

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 05/07/2018

A MASTERFUL TALE OF BETRAYAL AND CORRUPTION BY THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR OF THE SEA 'Banville is one of the writers I admire the most' Hanya Yanahigara, author of A Little Life 'A brilliant feat of literary ventriloquism' The Times Having fled Rome and a stultifying marriage, Isabel Osmond is in London, brooding on the recent disclosure of her husband's shocking, years-long betrayal of her. What should she do now, and which way should she turn, in the emotional labyrinth where she has been trapped for so long? Reawakened by grief and the knowledge of having been grievously wronged, she determines to resume her youthful quest for freedom and independence. Soon Isabel must return to Italy and confront her husband, and seek to break his powerful hold on her. But will she succeed in outwitting him, and securing her revenge? Mrs Osmond is a masterly novel of betrayal, corruption and moral ambiguity, from the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea. 'A worthy sequel ... His book is not only an impressive recreation of James's atmospheres and pacing, but also full of minor cliff-hangers and page-turning suspenses that keep you guessing' Observer 'John Banville is one of the best novelists in English, and an expert ventriloquist, among other things ... Mrs Osmond is both a remarkable novel in its own right and a superb pastiche' Guardian 'John Banville is simply the finest writer at work today, a prolific prose stylist whose work has only deepened in quality throughout his career' John Boyne

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Other books by John Banville

April in Spain

April in Spain

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 07/07/2022

The sun-kissed follow up to the bestselling Snow, shortlisted for the CWA Historical Dagger 'Superb.' The Times 'Utterly absorbing.' Daily Mail 'A joy to read.' Sunday Times 'The ultimate page-turner.' Irish Independent On the idyllic coast of San Sebastian, Dublin pathologist Quirke is struggling to relax. And when he glimpses a familiar face in the twilight at the bar Las Arcadas, a woman who was meant to have died in a political scandal back in Ireland years earlier, any chance of a peaceful holiday is lost. After a call home, Detective St John Strafford is dispatched to Spain, but he's not the only one on route: as a terrifying hitman hunts down his prey, they are all set for a brutal showdown.

Snow

Snow

Author: John Banville Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/10/2020

'Superb.' The Times 'Outstanding.' Irish Independent 'Exquisite.' Daily Mail A CrimeReads Most Anticipated Book of 2020 'The body is in the library,' Colonel Osborne said. 'Come this way.' Following the discovery of the corpse of a highly respected parish priest at Ballyglass House - the Co. Wexford family seat of the aristocratic, secretive Osborne family - Detective Inspector St John Strafford is called in from Dublin to investigate. Strafford faces obstruction from all angles, but carries on determinedly in his pursuit of the murderer. However, as the snow continues to fall over this ever-expanding mystery, the people of Ballyglass are equally determined to keep their secrets. 'The sinister and unnerving Snow has all the trimmings of a classic country house mystery - body in the library, closed circle of suspects, foul weather - all elevated by Banville's immaculate, penetrating prose.' Peter Swanson

Time Pieces

Time Pieces

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 27/03/2018

From the internationally acclaimed and Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea and the Benjamin Black mysteries--a vividly evocative memoir that unfolds around the author's recollections, experience, and imaginings of Dublin.As much about the life of the city as it is about a life lived, sometimes, in the city, John Banville's "e;quasi-memoir"e; is as layered, emotionally rich, witty, and unexpected as any of his novels. Born and bred in a small town a train ride away from Dublin, Banville saw the city as a place of enchantment when he was a child, a birthday treat, the place where his beloved, eccentric aunt lived. And though, when he came of age and took up residence there, and the city became a frequent backdrop for his dissatisfactions (not playing an identifiable role in his work until the Quirke mystery series, penned as Benjamin Black), it remained in some part of his memory as fascinating as it had been to his seven-year-old self. And as he guides us around the city, delighting in its cultural, architectural, political, and social history, he interweaves the memories that are attached to particular places and moments. The result is both a wonderfully idiosyncratic tour of Dublin, and a tender yet powerful ode to a formative time and place for the artist as a young man.

Caliban

Caliban

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 15/02/2018

Wie der dustere, grobe Caliban in Shakespeares "e;Sturm"e; ist Axel Vander ein eher ruder Zeitgenosse. Als bedeutender Literaturwissenschaftler und Verfasser groer Werke uber Nietzsche verbringt er seinen Lebensabend in Kalifornien. Uberraschend trifft ein Brief aus Europa ein, in dem die Schreiberin andeutet, Geheimnisse zu kennen, die Vander seit Jahrzehnten, seit seiner Jugend als Jude im von den Nazis besetzten Belgien verborgen hat. Um herauszufinden, was die Unbekannte uber ihn wei, reist Vander nach Turin, wo er sie am Rande eines Nietzsche-Kongresses trifft. Es ist Cass Cleave, eine junge Irin, verfuhrerisch, intelligent und zugleich von einer schweren Nervenkrankheit gezeichnet. Zwischen dem alten Mann und der jungen Frau entspinnt sich eine Liebesbeziehung, die Cass immer tiefer sturzen lasst, wahrend Vander sich zum ersten Mal der Wahrheit stellt, seine Rolle als Opfer und Tater begreift. Inspiriert durch die Lebensgeschichte von Paul de Man und Louis Althusser hat Banville in diesem Roman das bewegend erschreckende Bild eines Mannes in seiner Zeit entworfen.

Das Buch der Beweise

Das Buch der Beweise

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 15/02/2018

Freddy Montgomery ist ein attraktiver Mann in den besten Jahren, der einen Lebensstil des gepflegten Muiggangs pflegt. Doch damit ist es vorbei, als er sich eine grere Geldsumme leiht, die er nicht zurckzahlen kann. Vergeblich hofft er auf die Hilfe eines Kunsthndlers in seiner irischen Heimat. Als er schlielich versucht, eines von dessen Gemlden zu stehlen, wird er von einem Dienstmdchen berrascht, das er in einem sinnlosen Akt der Gewalt ttet - ein Mord, der eine Kette weiterer Katastrophen auslst ...

Athena

Athena

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 15/02/2018

Morrow ist kein unbeschriebenes Blatt. Er hat im Gefangnis gesessen, war gewalttatig, hat Frau und Kinder verloren. Nun hat er seinen Namen geandert, wie schon haufiger. Geldsorgen hat er keine mehr seit ihm Tante Corky ihr gesamtes Vermogen hinterlassen, nachdem er sie in den letzten Wochen bei sich aufgenommen hatte. Tante Corky war nicht seine richtige Tante, und Morrow wei nicht, wer sie wirklich war, welche ihrer Geschichten der Wahrheit entsprechen. Doch eigentlich drehen sich seine Gedanken nur um seine GeliebteA.,die er eines Tages kennen gelernt hatte, die ihn mitnahm in Mordens Haus. Eine Frau, der er mit jeder Faser verfiel, und deren Geheimnis er noch imer nichtzu lften vermag. Morden hatte ihn in dieses Haus geholt, um Gutachten abzugeben ber einige Bilder niederlndischer Maler zu klassifizieren.Bilder, die gestohlen waren, wie er spter erfhrt. Morrowwird in einen Sumpf hineingezogen, aus dem er sich nicht befreien kann. Jetzt, da alles zu spt ist,versucht er zu rekapitulieren, was passiert ist. Und er sucht weiter nachA.. "e;Schreib mir"e;, hatte sie ihm beim Abschied gesagt, ohne eine Adresse zu hinterlassen. Und Morrow schreibt.

Sonnenfinsternis

Sonnenfinsternis

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 15/02/2018

Auf dem Hohepunkt seiner Karriere, mit 50 Jahren, verlasst Alexander Cleave mitten in einem Monolog fur immer die Buhne. Und nicht nur die Buhne, auch die Rollen im Leben, in denen er als Ehemann und Vater gescheitert ist. Er zieht sich in sein Elternhaus zuruck und versinkt in der Vergangenheit, auf der Suche nach sich selbst und seinen Versaumnissen. Wie Gespenster tauchen seine Eltern auf, Cass, seine hochbegabte, psychisch kranke Tochter. Er fuhlt sich von Phantomen umzingelt. Aber auch die Wirklichkeit lasst ihn nicht los. Da ist Quirke, ein unheimlicher Typ, der das Haus versorgt, und seine Tochter Lily, die fur Cleave zur Ersatztochter wird. Seine Frau Lydia kommt, um ihn aus seiner Krise herauszureien. Von Cass erreichen Cleave Botschaften, von denen die letzte zeigt, dass die drohenden Schatten nicht nur aus der Vergangenheit stammen, sondern dustere Boten der Gegenwart sind.

Mrs. Osmond

Mrs. Osmond

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 07/11/2017

From the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea, a dazzling and audacious new novel that extends the story of Isabel Archer, the heroine of Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady, into unexpected territory.Isabel Archer is a young American woman, swept off to Europe in the late nineteenth century by an aunt who hopes to round out the impetuous but nave girl's experience of the world. When Isabel comes into a large, unexpected inheritance, she is finagled into a marriage with the charming, penniless, andas Isabel finds out too latecruel and deceitful Gilbert Osmond, whose connection to a certain Madame Merle is suspiciously intimate. On a trip to England to visit her cousin Ralph Touchett on his deathbed, Isabel is offered a chance to free herself from the marriage, but nonetheless chooses to return to Italy. Banville follows James's story line to this point, but Mrs. Osmond is thoroughly Banville's own: the narrative inventiveness; the lyrical precision and surprise of his language; the layers of emotional and psychological intensity; the subtle, dark humor. And when Isabel arrives in Italyalong with someone else!the novel takes off in directions that James himself would be thrilled to follow.

Mrs Osmond

Mrs Osmond

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 05/10/2017

Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Mrs Osmond by John Banville, read by Amy Finegan. What was freedom, she thought, other than the right to exercise ones choices? Isabel Osmond, a spirited, intelligent young heiress, flees to London after being betrayed by her husband, to be with her beloved cousin Ralph on his deathbed. After a sombre, silent existence at her husbands Roman palazzo, Isabels daring escape to London reawakens her youthful quest for freedom and independence, as old suitors resurface and loyal friends remind her of happier times. But soon Isabel must decide whether to return to Rome to face up to the web of deceit in which she has become entangled, or to strike out on her own once more.

Die blaue Gitarre

Die blaue Gitarre

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 07/09/2017

Von der Liebe, der Kunst und dem Scheitern - der neue Roman von John Banville. Oliver ist nicht nur ein Maler, den die Inspiration verlassen hat, sondern er ist auch ein Kleptomane, dem es ein fast erotisches Vergngen bereitet, anderen Menschen persnliche Dinge zu entwenden. Als Polly, die Frau seines besten Freundes Marcus, zum Objekt seiner Begierde wird, nimmt eine tragische Entwicklung ihren Lauf.Im Zentrum von John Banvilles neuem Roman steht eine Viererkonstellation: zwei befreundete Ehepaare und die Dynamiken, die sich zwischen ihnen Bahn brechen. Protagonist Oliver war einmal ein erfolgreicher Maler, der eine glckliche Ehe mit seiner Frau Gloria fhrte, doch beides gehrt der Vergangenheit an. Nachdem die Affre mit Polly, der Frau seines besten Freundes, ans Licht gekommen ist, hat er sich in sein Elternhaus zurckgezogen und denkt nach, ber die Liebe, die Kunst und den Tod, ber Schuld und ber menschliche Beziehungen, im Allgemeinen und im Besonderen. Doch dabei muss er bald erkennen, dass auch er einer Tuschung aufgesessen ist und die Rollen von Betrger und Betrogenem - und von Schuld und Unschuld - nicht ganz so klar umrissen sind wie zunchst angenommen.Eine sprachlich und intellektuell beeindruckende Kontemplation ber die Liebe, die Kunst und das Scheitern in beiden Disziplinen - John Banville begeistert einmal mehr.

Prague Pictures

Prague Pictures

Author: John Banville Format: Hardback Release Date: 07/04/2016

Prague Pictures by John Banville

Im Lichte der Vergangenheit

Im Lichte der Vergangenheit

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 13/02/2014

"e;Billy Gray war mein bester Freund, und seine Mutter war meine erste Liebe."e;Ein Roman ber eine ungewhnliche und verbotene erste Liebe, ber Freundschaft, Trauer und das Weiterleben. Und eine Geschichte von Erinnerung und Einbildung, Gedchtnis und Wahrheit.Alex Cleave hat seine besten Jahre als Schauspieler hinter sich, er trauert noch immer um seine Tochter Cass, die zehn Jahre zuvor Selbstmord begangen hat, und auch die Beziehung zu seiner Frau Lydia ist nicht mehr von Leidenschaft geprgt. Da bekommt er das Angebot, die Hauptrolle in einem Film ber den mysterisen Kritiker Axel Vander zu spielen - und ahnt nicht, wie viel diese Figur mit ihm selbst zu tun hat. Er versinkt in Erinnerungen an den Sommer, in dem er als 15-Jhriger die Liebe entdeckte - mit der Mutter seines besten Freundes Billy Gray - und an dessen Ende die Familie Gray die Stadt verlie Bald muss er sich fragen, was Erinnerung ist und was Erfindung - um am Ende eine Entdeckung zu machen, die alles verndert.John Banville, dessen erstrangiges literarisches Werk weltweit von der Kritik gefeiert wird und der international mehrfach ausgezeichnet wurde, zuletzt mit dem Franz-Kafka-Literaturpreis und dem sterreichischen Staatspreis, erweist sich in diesem Roman einmal mehr als Meister der poetischen und klugen Reflexionen ber Erotik, Freundschaft und Verlust. Ein Roman, der den Leser mitnimmt auf eine Reise durch die Ungewissheit.

Best European Fiction 2013

Best European Fiction 2013

Author: John Banville Format: Paperback Release Date: 06/12/2012

2013 may be the best year yet for Best European Fiction. The inimitable John Banville joins the list of distinguished preface writers for Aleksandar Hemon's series, and A. S. Byatt represents England among a luminous cast of European contributors. Fans of the series will find everything they've grown to love, while new readers will discover what they've been missing!

Possessed of a Past: A John Banville Reader

Possessed of a Past: A John Banville Reader

Author: John Banville Format: Hardback Release Date: 08/11/2012

The material collected here is a treasure trove, a fine retrospective and a comprehensive guide to the work of Ireland's greatest living novelist, John Banville. Selections are drawn from all of his novels, up to and including 2012's Ancient Light; each piece standing alone, short-story-like, but also resonating with those around it and representing the novel from which it comes. There are radio plays, some published in print for the first time here. There is a judicious selection of his essays and reviews. Perhaps most beguiling of all are the pieces of memoir, the early work (including Banville's first-ever piece of published fiction, from 1966) and the chance to see facsimiles of the handwritten first draft of the opening section of The Infinities. Possessed of a Past is an extraordinary document of the writer's life and work across nearly fifty years of practice, simultaneously offering the perfect introduction to Banville's sublime art and manna to devoted readers.

Ancient Light

Ancient Light

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 02/10/2012

The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea gives us a brilliant, profoundly moving new novel about an actor in the twilight of his life and his career: a meditation on love and loss, and on the inscrutable immediacy of the past in our present lives.Is there any difference between memory and invention? That is the question that fuels this stunning novel, written with the depth of character, the clarifying lyricism and the sly humor that have marked all of John Banville's extraordinary works. And it is the question that haunts Alexander Cleave, an actor in the twilight of his career and of his life, as he plumbs the memories of his firstand perhaps onlylove (he, fifteen years old, the woman more than twice his age, the mother of his best friend; the situation impossible, thrilling, devouring and finally devastating) . . . and of his daughter, lost to a kind of madness of mind and heart that Cleave can only fail to understand. When his dormant acting career is suddenly, inexplicably revived with a movie role portraying a man who may not be who he says he is, his young leading ladyfamous and fragileunwittingly gives him the opportunity to see with aching clarity the ';chasm that yawns between the doing of a thing and the recollection of what was done.' Ancient Light is a profoundly moving meditation on love and loss, on the inscrutable immediacy of the past in our present lives, on how invention shapes memory and memory shapes the man. It is a book of spellbinding power and pathos from one of the greatest masters of prose at work today.

Unendlichkeiten

Unendlichkeiten

Author: John Banville Format: Ebook Release Date: 16/02/2012

"e;Banville uberrascht erneut mit wohldosiertem Uberma."e; Seamus HeaneyEin langer Sommertag in einem Herrenhaus in Irland: Adam Godley liegt im Sterben, Grund genug fr seinen Sohn Adam jun. und seine Tochter Petra, Ressentiments ber Bord zu werfen und ihren Vater und ihre erheblich jngere Mutter Ursula noch einmal zu besuchen. Was die Godleys nicht wissen: Ihr Familientreffen wird von den Gttern beobachtet, die sich nicht scheuen, korrigierend und bisweilen boshaft einzugreifen. Adam Godley, ein bekannter Mathematiker, der sich mit dem Konzept der Unendlichkeit einen Namen gemacht hat, scheint am Ende seines Lebens angekommen zu sein. Whrend er stumm und dennoch wach in seinem Bett liegt, treffen seine Kinder ein, um ihn noch einmal zu sehen. Da ist sein Sohn Adam, der ihm nie das Wasser reichen konnte und bis heute an der Ablehnung durch seinen Vater leidet, sowie die unglckliche und verstrte Tochter Petra, die die Namen von Krankheiten sammelt, um daraus einen Almanach zu erstellen. Erzhlt wird der Roman von niemand Geringerem als Hermes, doch auch Zeus und Pan sind mit von der Partie. Sie lassen es sich nicht nehmen, in das Leben der Sterblichen einzugreifen, mal untersttzend, mal verwirrend und spttisch.John Banville hat einen Roman geschrieben, in dem lyrische Passagen auf profane treffen und die Gtter auf die Menschen. Ein tiefer Einblick in die Schwchen des menschlichen Daseins. "e;Der Roman enthlt alle Markenzeichen, die Banville gro gemacht haben - przise Sprache, flssige Erzhlweise und einen hintergrndigen Humor."e; (Sunday Times)"e;Sein bestes Buch"e; (Colum McCann)

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