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Solomons, Natasha

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Works: 31 works in 210 publications in 10 languages and 6,005 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Domestic fiction  History  Romance fiction  Nonfiction films  Historical fiction 
Roles: Author, Director
Classifications: PR6119.O455,
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Publications about Natasha Solomons
Publications by Natasha Solomons
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Most widely held works by Natasha Solomons
The house at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons( Book )
42 editions published between 2011 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 1,772 libraries worldwide
"It's the spring of 1938 and no longer safe to be a Jew in Vienna. Nineteen-year-old Elise Landau is forced to leave her glittering life of parties and champagne to become a parlor maid in England. She arrives at Tyneford, the great house on the bay, where servants polish silver and serve drinks on the lawn. But war is coming, and the world is changing. When the master of Tyneford's young son, Kit, returns home, he and Elise strike up an unlikely friendship that will transform Tyneford-and Elise-forever"--Page 2 of cover
The gallery of vanished husbands : [a novel] by Natasha Solomons( Book )
20 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 913 libraries worldwide
" A stunning new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The House at Tyneford London, 1958. It's the eve of the sexual revolution, but in Juliet Montague's conservative Jewish community where only men can divorce women, shefinds herself a living widow, invisible. Ever since her husband disappeared seven years ago, Juliet has been a hardworking single mother of two and unnaturally practical. But on her thirtieth birthday, that's all about to change. A wealthy young artist asks to paint her portrait, and Juliet, moved by the powerful desire to be seen, enters into the burgeoning art world of 1960s London, which will bring her fame, fortune, and a life-long love aff air"--
Mr. Rosenblum dreams in English by Natasha Solomons( Book )
4 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 760 libraries worldwide
After escaping Germany during WWII, Jack and Sadie Rosenblum, together with their baby daughter, settle into a life of acting "English." In post-war England, however, no golf club will admit a Rosenblum. So Jack hatches a wild idea: he'll build his own. It's an obsession Sadie does not share, particularly when Jack relocates them to a thatched roof cottage in Dorset to embark on his project
Mr Rosenblum's list, or, Friendly guidance for the aspiring Englishman by Natasha Solomons( Book )
51 editions published between 2010 and 2014 in 8 languages and held by 688 libraries worldwide
"At the outset of World War II, Jack Rosenblum, his wife Sadie, and their baby daughter escape Berlin, bound for London. They are greeted with a pamphlet instructing immigrants how to act like "the English." Jack acquires Saville Row suits and a Jaguar. He buys his marmalade from Fortnum & Mason and learns to list the entire British monarchy back to 913 A.D. He never speaks German, apart from the occasional curse. But the one key item that would make him feel fully British -membership in a golf club-remains elusive. In post-war England, no golf club will admit a Rosenblum. Jack hatches a wild idea: he'll build his own. It's an obsession Sadie does not share, particularly when Jack relocates them to a thatched roof cottage in Dorset to embark on his project. She doesn't want to forget who they are or where they come from. She wants to bake the cakes she used to serve to friends in the old country and reminisce. Now she's stuck in an inhospitable landscape filled with unwelcoming people, watching their bank account shrink as Jack pursues his quixotic dream."--Http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/s/natasha-solomons/mr-rosenblum-s-list.htm
The song of Hartgrove Hall : a novel by Natasha Solomons( Book )
4 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and held by 610 libraries worldwide
"A captivating novel that evokes the author's New York Times bestseller The House at Tyneford Natasha Solomons's breathtaking new novel has it all: a love triangle, family obligations, and rediscovering joy in the face of grief, all set against the alluring backdrop of an English country estate perfect for fans of Downton Abbey It's a terrible thing to covet your brother's girl New Year's Eve, Dorset, England, 1946. Candles flicker, a gramophone scratches out a tune as guests dance and sip champagne-- for one night Hartgrove Hall relives better days. Harry Fox-Talbot and his brothers have returned from World War II determined to save their once grand home from ruin. But the arrival of beautiful Jewish wartime singer Edie Rose tangles the threads of love and duty, and leads to a devastating betrayal. Fifty years later, now a celebrated composer, Fox reels from the death of his adored wife, Edie. Until his connection with his four-year old grandson - a music prodigy - propels him back into life, and ultimately to confront his past. An enthralling novel about love and treachery, joy after grief, and a man forced to ask: is it ever too late to seek forgiveness?"--
The house at Tyneford [a novel] by Natasha Solomons( file )
12 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 310 libraries worldwide
It's the spring of 1938 and no longer safe to be a Jew in Vienna. Nineteen-year-old Elise Landau realizes her only means of escape is to advertise her services as a domestic servant in England. Fate brings her ad to the attention of Christopher Rivers, handsome scion of the aristocratic Rivers family and master of Tyneford. An anxious Elise arrives at Tyneford and immediately falls under its spell. When Christopher's young son, Kit, returns home, the two strike up an unlikely friendship that will change Tyneford--and Elise--forever
Mr. Rosenblum dreams in English by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 191 libraries worldwide
After escaping Germany during WWII, Jack and Sadie Rosenblum, together with their baby daughter, settle into a life of acting "English." In post-war England, however, no golf club will admit a Rosenblum. So Jack hatches a wild idea: he'll build his own. It's an obsession Sadie does not share, particularly when Jack relocates them to a thatched roof cottage in Dorset to embark on his project
The gallery of vanished husbands [a novel] by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
12 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 188 libraries worldwide
London, 1958. It's the eve of the sexual revolution, but in Juliet Montague's conservative Jewish community where only men can divorce women, she finds herself a living widow, invisible. Ever since her husband disappeared seven years ago, Juliet has been a hardworking single mother of two and unnaturally practical. But on her thirtieth birthday, that's all about to change. A wealthy young artist asks to paint her portrait, and Juliet, moved by the powerful desire to be seen, enters into the burgeoning art world of 1960s London, which will bring her fame, fortune, and a lifelong love affair
The song collector by Natasha Solomons( Book )
6 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and held by 165 libraries worldwide
In 1946, the Fox-Talbot family eagerly return to Hartgrove Hall, their beloved home in rural Dorset. But the once grand house and estate have fallen into near-ruin and bankruptcy looms. The three brothers plan to save the house together, though eighteen-year-old Harry's heart lies with music and he devotes himself instead to tracking down ancient folksongs. Then Harry falls for his brother's fiancee, celebrated wartime singer Edie Rose, forcing him to choose between love and duty. Five decades on, Harry, now a renowned composer, is mourning his wife Edie's recent death. When he discovers his four-year-old grandson's extraordinary gift for the piano, they form a bond that draws Harry out of his grief. As Robin's talent leads him into the limelight, Harry becomes immersed in both the trials and joys of raising a child prodigy
The song of Hartgrove Hall : a novel by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 114 libraries worldwide
A captivating novel that evokes the author's New York Times bestseller The House at TynefordIt's a terrible thing to covet your brother's girl. New Year's Eve, 1946. Candles flicker, and a gramophone scratches out a tune as guests dance and sip champagne. For one night only, Hartgrove Hall relives better days. Harry Fox-Talbot and his brothers have returned from the war determined to save their once grand home from ruin. But the arrival of beautiful wartime singer Edie Rose tangles the threads of love and duty and leads to a devastating betrayal. Fifty years later, now a celebrated composer, Fox reels from the death of his adored wife, Edie. But his connection with his four-year-old grandson-a piano prodigy-propels him back into life, and he must ultimately confront his past.The Song of Hartgrove Hall is an enthralling novel about love and treachery, joy after grief, and a man forced to ask: Is it ever too late to seek forgiveness?
Doctors of two worlds ( visu )
10 editions published between 1989 and 2012 in English and held by 75 libraries worldwide
In the Bolivian highlands an English doctor is setting up a network of health care for remote mountain villages. While teaching the inhabitants the essentials of Western medicine the doctor is confronted with and tries to learn the methods of the local curandero's methods of healing. The film is a highly revealing document of the encounter of different approaches to illness and is particularly suited for the teaching of Medical Anthropology
Mr Rosenblum's list by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
7 editions published between 2010 and 2012 in English and held by 32 libraries worldwide
Jack Rosenblum is five foot three and a half inches of sheer tenacity and he intends to become a Very English Gentleman. He knows that marmalade must be bought from Fortnum and Mason, and the highlight of his day is the BBC weather forecast. Even though the war has been over for eight years his bid to blend in is fraught with unexpected hurdles. Including his wife. Sadie finds his obsession baffling, but in an attempt to find a place to call home, she reluctantly allows him to lead her deep into the English countryside, a land of woolly-pigs, bluebells and jitterbug cider
La fidanzata inopportuna by Natasha Solomons( Book )
2 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in Italian and held by 12 libraries worldwide
The novel in the viola by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
In the spring of 1938 Elise Landau arrives at Tyneford, the great house on the bay. A bright young thing from Vienna forced to become a parlour-maid, she knows nothing about England, except that she doesn't like it. As servants polish silver and serve drinks on the lawn, Elisa wears her mother's pearls beneath her uniform, and causes outrage by dancing with a boy called Kit. But war is coming and the world is changing. And Elise must change with it. At Tyneford she learns that you can be more than one person. And that you can love more than once
La galleria dei mariti scomparsi by Natasha Solomons( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in Italian and held by 8 libraries worldwide
Mr. Rosenblum sueña en inglés by Natasha Solomons( Book )
3 editions published in 2010 in Spanish and held by 6 libraries worldwide
De lijst van meneer Rosenblum by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2011 in Dutch and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Een joods echtpaar verlaat in 1937 Duitsland en vestigt zich in Engeland. Naast het opbouwen van een eigen zaak proberen ze zich aan te passen door een lijst met Engelse gebruiken af te werken
Mr. Rosenblums liste by Natasha Solomons( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2014 in Danish and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Christian Brückner liest Natasha Solomons, Wie Mr. Rosenblum in England sein Glück fand : Roman ; gekürzte Lesung ( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2010 in German and held by 3 libraries worldwide
<> by Benjamin Hale( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in Hebrew and held by 3 libraries worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Natasha Solomons britische Autorin
סולומונס, נטשה 1980-
Languages
English (134)
German (15)
Danish (15)
French (12)
Spanish (7)
Italian (5)
Dutch (5)
Polish (2)
Hebrew (1)
Czech (1)
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