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Dorst Het Onvermogen Om Te Communiceren En Belangstelling Voor De Ander Op Te Brengen Leidt Tot Misverstanden, Bemoeizucht En VerdrietCoco En Haar Moeder Elisabeth Zien Elkaar Sporadisch Op Een Dag Lopen Ze Elkaar Bij Toeval Tegen Het Lijf De Moeder Vertelt Tussen Neus En Lippen Door Dat Ze Niet Lang Meer Te Leven Heeft Haar Huisarts Heeft Gezegd Dat Ze Het Slechte Nieuws Met Iemand Moet Delen Coco Voelt Zich Verantwoordelijk Ze Trekt Bij Haar Moeder In Terug In Haar Ouderlijk Huis Pakt Coco Haar Oude Drankgewoontes Weer Op De Zieke Elisabeth Verdraagt Haar Dochter Omdat Ze Weet Dat Van Een Moeder Begrip En Geduld Wordt Verwacht Maar Hoe Zieker Elisabeth Wordt, Hoe Moeilijker Het Is Om Te Liegen Tegen Haar Dochter


About the Author: Esther Gerritsen

Esther Gerritsen 1972 is a Dutch novelist, columnist and screenwriter Since her 2000 debut with Bevoorrecht bewustzijn Privileged Consciousness , Gerritsen has been considered one of the best authors in the Netherlands and makes regular appearances on radio programs and at international literary festivals such as Litquake and Wordfest Her novels Superduif Superdove, 2010 , Dorst Craving,



10 thoughts on “Dorst

  1. says:

    I finished this short novel yesterday by Dutch author Esther Gerritsen.translated by Michele Hutchinson Craving was shortlisted for the Vondel Prize, and had recently been made into a Dutch film under its original title, Dorst Dorstis the Dutch word for Thirst.This book can b


  2. says:

    Some books draw you in with an intriguing premise, extraordinary characters or dramatic locations I m just as fascinated by writers who create something entrancing out of the everyday.Craving is the story of an apparently ordinary family in an unnamed Dutch town It begins when Elisab


  3. says:

    End of life novel set in AMSTERDAMEvery spring the Dutch celebrate Boekenweek 10 18 March 2018 a celebration of books and literary culture There are dozens of events all over the country and every year top authors are commissioned to write a special festival novella which is given away free


  4. says:

    I read this as my A book based entirely on its cover for the 2015 Reading Challenge I am quite easily pleased, so it was the curved edges of the book that were interesting for me.I had a few disputes with the blurb of this translation from the Netherlander playwright The book revolves around the dis


  5. says:

    Should ve read in one sitting, amazingly changing perspectives without using the cheesy first person singular Two misunderstood people misunderstanding each other.


  6. says:

    Oh my gosh I love this book.


  7. says:

    There is something lacking about this novel, which, being both about dying and coming undone, perhaps reflects a deeper truth about these two processes After all, neither essentially ever come a full circle, and are only complete if we want them to be I simultaneously felt like I could viscerally feel both Elisabeth and Co


  8. says:

    Craving, by Esther Gerritsen translated by Michele Hutchison , is a story of family, and social disconnection Its protagonists are Elisabeth and Coco, a mother and daughter with an uneasy relationship The book opens with a chance encounter in the street where Elisabeth tells her child that she is dying of cancer Coco is quietly an


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    See of my book reviews on my blog, Literary FlitsCraving is an unusual novel of a dysfunctional mother daughter relationship Daughter Coco mostly grew up with her father and stepmother so the connection we would expect her to have with her birth mother, Elisabeth, isn t there However it turns out that there may be other reasons for the p


  10. says:

    The title of this is Craving, in the English version I barely noticed that I was reading a translation, it was so seamlessly done A deceptively simple tale of 23 year old Coco who moves back home to care for her terminally ill mother, this is clever and funny with a lot going on beneath the surface In particular the dialogue is wonderful the writ


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