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Fri Mar 21 17:13:41 2014 UTClccn-n881221290.00La casa nera /0.420.47The price of salt /65558779n 881221292338959Morgan, Claire, 1921-1995containsVIAFID/66468662Highsmith, Patricia, 1921-1995lccn-nr2004033807Paloméra, Marie-France delccn-n79151196Highsmith, Patricia1921-1995viaf-36923959Rosenthal, Jeannp-greene, grahamGreene, Grahamlccn-no2004088921Brainville, Yvestrllccn-nr93014982Delahaye, Alainnp-caramella, marisaCaramella, Marisaviaf-59103865Skopan, Martinelccn-n97848971Lesseps, Emmanuelle denp-turchetti, emanuelaTurchetti, EmanuelatrlMorgan, Claire1921-1995FictionLove storiesPsychological fictionPsychological fiction, AmericanDetective and mystery stories, AmericanLesbiansLesbian couplesWomenNew York (State)--New YorkLesbians--IdentityMisogyny19211995195119521953195819601963196519661969197319751977197819791981198219831984198519871989199019911992199319951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201275945101813.54PS3558.I36656518ocn022860658book19520.47Morgan, ClaireThe price of saltFictionThis novel, arguably Patricia Highsmith's finest, was first published in 1952 under the pseudonym Clare Morgan. The Price of Salt tells the riveting story of Therese Belivet, a stage designer trapped in a department-store day job, whose salvation arrives one day in the form of Carol Aird, an alluring suburban housewife in the throes of a divorce. They fall in love and set out across the United States, pursued by a private investigator who eventually blackmails Carol into a choice between her daughter and her lover+-+0855537106241ocn034079576book19930.21Highsmith, PatriciaCarolFictionLove storiesMystery fiction. Detective and mystery stories. Therese first glimpses Carol in the New York department store where she is working as a sales assistant. Carol is choosing a present for her daughter; she looks preoccupied, exuding an aura of elegance as perfect as a secret. Standing there at the counter, Therese suddenly feels wholly innocent - wholly unprepared for the first shock of love. Therese was nineteen, and loved by a young man she cared about, but could not desire. Carol was a sophisticated married woman. Now Therese seemed to have no other purpose to her life other than their meeting? First published under a pseudonym in 1952, Carol is a love story told with compelling wit and eroticism, and consummate tenderness+-+5951602925324233ocn082717256book19830.25Morgan, ClaireCes gens qui frappent à la portePsychological fictionDans la veine introspective du ##Journal d'Edith##, un roman cruel et quasi sadique qui n'est pas un récit criminel, mais sécrète un malaise inquiétant... car "ceux qui frappent à la porte" font partie d'une secte qui devient une fin en soi177ocn799273352book1989Morgan, ClaireLa casa nera102ocn632473039book20010.23Highsmith, PatriciaThe selected stories of Patricia HighsmithIn a cruel twist of irony, Texas-born Patricia Highsmith is only now, six years after her death, being recognized for her inestimable genius in her native land. With the savage humor of Evelyn Waugh and the macabre sensibility of Edgar Allan Poe, she brought a distinct twentieth-century acuity to her prolific body of noir fiction. Called "the poet of apprehension" by Graham Greene, Highsmith was unrivaled in capturing the ways in which our seemingly benign neighbors can become the psychopaths next door. Now, five of her classic short story collections are combined in a single volume, The selected stories of Patricia Highsmith, with a foreword by Graham Greene+-+7685758485107ocn797752515book19790.10Morgan, ClaireDiario di Edith105ocn082264540book19660.24Highsmith, PatriciaCe mal étrange : romanPremière édition en langue anglaise, 1960. Atmosphère, protagonistes, intrigue: le tout savamment dosé entretient chez le lecteur un état second qui est le signe de l'intérêt. Principal personnage: un dangereux obsédé sentimental71ocn078669139book19900.47Morgan, ClaireCarol : (les eaux dérobées) : roman74ocn079858392book19600.47Highsmith, PatriciaMonsieur Ripley plein soleilPlein d'ambition, mais pauvre, Tom Ripley accepte la mission que lui confie un riche Américain : ramener son fils d'Italie. Tous frais payés, il mène une existence dorée, mais ira-t-il jusqu'au crime pour continuer la belle vie ?72ocn080399069book19810.47Highsmith, PatriciaToutes à tuerFiction62ocn084638646book19920.28Highsmith, PatriciaLa Proie du chat : nouvelles64ocn718134535book19580.27Highsmith, PatriciaEaux profondes : romanVic Van Allen tolère les multiples flirts de sa femme Melinda avec une patience qui stupéfie tout le monde. Jusqu'au jour où, l'un des anciens amants de celle-ci ayant été tué, il se vante d'être l'assassin. Toutefois le meurtrier est arrêté. Melinda, rassurée, commence une nouvelle liaison. Et cette fois-ci Vic assassine l'amant63ocn082719738book19630.47Highsmith, PatriciaJeu pour les vivants : roman52ocn162323998rcrd20060.28Morgan, ClaireDer Schneckenforscher, Die Heldin, Sophie Rois liest Highsmith43ocn299695943book19770.28Highsmith, PatriciaLe rat de Venise et autres histoires de criminalité animale à l'intention des amis des bêtes41ocn655917220bookMorgan, ClaireL'homme qui racontait des histoires : roman. Traduit de l'americain par Renee Rosenthal41ocn428311916book20050.29Highsmith, PatriciaLe meilleur ami de l'homme et autres nouvellesComposé de 20 nouvelles représentant 50 années de création highsmithienne (1938-1982). Portrait incisif de l'Amérique et témoignage du cheminement de l'auteure, ce livre illustre ses thèmes de prédilection en mettant en scène des personnages à la psychologie fragile ou d'autres encore, plus proches de la caricature44ocn467554230book19950.18Highsmith, PatriciaSmall g : une idylle d'été : romanC'est autour du café baptisé Small g par la communauté gay de Zurich que Patricia Highsmith a planté le décor de ce nouveau roman31ocn078197006book19990.10Morgan, ClaireDiario di Edith : [un tranquillo ménage di follia]31ocn870505346book19920.47Highsmith, PatriciaTrouble at the jade towers and other short storiesLes Langues Modernes. Abondance de notes en regard. Lexique de ca 1 000 mots+-+0855537106+-+0855537106Fri Mar 21 15:18:27 EDT 2014batch12766