6 edition of The Dark Room found in the catalog.
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Her first book, The Dark Room, () was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and made into the feature film Lore. Inshe was named one of Grantas Best of Young British Novelists, and in she received the EM Forster Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters/5.
"The Dark Room" is actually three short stories of Helmut, Lore and Micha. All three are fascinating but it is the story of Lore, made into an excellent movie, that attracted me to the book. All three could be movies - Helmut is a very interesting story of a boy growing up in Berlin as War approaches, a boy apprenticed to a photographer who Cited by: Dark Room book.
Read 74 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Darla and her feckless dad, Hopper, move to Saffron Hills, Darla hop 4/5. “This book is a masterpiece.”―Ann Patchett “In the Darkroom is an absolute stunner of a memoir―probing, steel-nerved, moving in ways you’d never expect.
Faludi is determined both to demystify the father of her youth―‘a simultaneously inscrutable and volatile presence, a black box and a detonator’―and to reexamine the very notion and nature of identity.”―Cited by: 3.