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Memoria

byLouise Dupré

Paperback | May 6, 1999

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Memoria tells the seemingly ordinary story of a woman overwhelmed by grief when her lover abandons her. The loss opens an old wound: some 20 years ago Emma's teenage sister vanished without a trace. Soon Emma will meet another man, but the return to joy is painfully slow. Rarely has the loss of love, as well as the subtle dislocation of a family hit by tragedy, been evoked more poignantly than in this luminous novel. In Memoria's multi-layered narrative, the reader is irresistibly drawn into the slow reconstruction of Emma's outer and inner world, a world of dizzying sensuality, deep sadness, bewitchingly beautiful images, and, ultimately, "the small circle of new beginnings."

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Louise Dupré is the author of eight collections of poetry. She was twice nominated for the Governor General's Award for Poetry. In addition, she has written a book of literary criticism. Her first novel, La memoria, published in Montreal in 1996 to critical acclaim, won the Prix de la Societe des Ecrivains canadiens (section de Montrea...
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Title:MemoriaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.3 inPublished:May 6, 1999Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0889242879

ISBN - 13:9780889242876

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Emma is heartbroken and distraught when her lover leaves her. The pain of a lost love reawakens the hurt of having lost a sister two decades ago. But soon, Emma meets someone new -- although, the joys of love take time to resurface. Louise Dupre draws readers into Emma’s inner and outer world to deliver an emotional story of lost love in Memoria.

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"Memoria paints a credible, at times moving, portrait of a woman coming to terms with a troubled familial past, and finally looking into the future."

- Debbie Howlett, The Gazette