Invierno Rojo

Overview

Una apasionante historia de amor y odio a caballo entre el fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la actualidad. Una novela que sorprenderá.

Nina Revskaya, la estrella del ballet Bolshói, causó un gran revuelo cuando huyó a Occidente durante la Guerra Fría. Con el corazón partido. Décadas después, mientras aguarda a que baje el telón de su vida, el pasado vuelve a sus días bajo la forma de una joya olvidada.

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Overview

Una apasionante historia de amor y odio a caballo entre el fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la actualidad. Una novela que sorprenderá.

Nina Revskaya, la estrella del ballet Bolshói, causó un gran revuelo cuando huyó a Occidente durante la Guerra Fría. Con el corazón partido. Décadas después, mientras aguarda a que baje el telón de su vida, el pasado vuelve a sus días bajo la forma de una joya olvidada.

«Una magnífica historia sobre el amor, la pérdida, la traición y la redención. El apoteósico final, repleto de revelaciones, es pura emoción.» Washington Post

«Un retrato excepcional del mundo del ballet soviético, una elegante novela de secretos e intrigas, una joya tan inestimable como la que reside en el centro de la trama.» USA Today

«Un mosaico elegante y conmovedor sobre la familia, la memoria y la soledad, donde se recrean el Boston actual y la Rusia de posguerra mediante una profunda historia de amor.» Matthew Pearl, autor de El club Dante

A passionate history of love and hate at the end of World War II. Moscow during the time of Stalin, Boston today, three  intertwined stories of love and hate across the years.
 
Nina Revskaya, the feature ballerina at the Bolshoi Ballet, creates an internacional incident when she defects to the West during the Cold War while nursing a broken heart.  Decades later, at the end of her life, the past comes to life in the form of a long-lost jewel.
 
“A magnificent story about love, loss, betrayal and redemption.  The final chapter, full of shocking revelations, is heart-stopping.” Washington Post

“An exceptional snapshop of the world of Russian ballet, an elegant novel full of secrets and intrigue, a jewel of a novel as amazing as the one in the center of this storyl.” USA TODAY

A moving, elegant mosaic about family, memory and solitud, where it recreates the Boston of today and post-war Soviet Union in a deeply felt love story.”  MATTHEW PEARL, author of THE DANTE CLUB

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788499087962
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 6/30/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Daphne Kalotay

Daphne Kalotay se crió en New Jersey y es licenciada en psicología por el Vassar College, asimismo cuenta con un máster en escritura creativa y es doctora en literatura por la Boston University. Ha recibido becas y realizado estancias en la Christopher Isherwood Foundation, en Yaddo y en la MacDowell Colony. Ha sido profesora de escritura creativa en la Boston University, el Middlebury College y el Skidmore College. Daphne reside en el área metropolitana de Boston. En 2006 publicó un volumen de relatos, Calamity and Other Stories, y en 2010 Invierno rojo, su primera novela.

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