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“Brazil” by John Updike
“Allusions to Tristan and Isolde dot Updike’s fiction, poetry, and even nonfiction, so it is not surprising to find him reimagining their story as a novel. Surprisingly, he places them in the Brazil of the last three decades. His Tristan is a black beach boy, his Isolde the affluent daughter of a career diplomat; their mutual destiny begins when they meet on a Rio beach. Updike’s Brazil, described with his customary scrupulous detail, is alien enough to provide a legendary landscape where the lovers must confront tribulations, endure separations and enslavement, survive deadly adventures, and rely on their love literally as their only sustenance. The rich prose is Updike’s characteristic own, but he achieves a tone suggesting that of both the medieval troubadours and the modern Latin American fabulists.”
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Brazil / John Updike. — New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994. — 260 p.; 22 cm.
PS 3571.P4 B73 1994