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Sophie's choice. [William Styron] -- Stingo, a young southerner, who journeyed north in to become a writer becomes intellectually and emotionally. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Stunning a triumph A dazzling, gripping book.” —Chicago Sun Times “Splendidly written, thrilling A passionate novel. Sophie's Choice - site edition by William Styron. Download it once and read it on your site device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note.

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She is enduring new horrors in the present. Stingo has had to make choices. Sophie had to make choices in the past and has made them in the present. Read to find out.

This is a story of human relationships and of the evils and horrors that human beings can inflict on each other. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lucie Mcgonigal from Sophie s choice. I wanted to read this book because I have heard of the movie but have not seen it. The book kept my attention and I could not put it down. I have read other books about the events in Poland during WWII and this showed me events from another angle.

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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CAFord from Sophies Xhoice Excellently written book A look into the horrors of the Holocaust in WWii and the personal loss of one woman, how it affected her , her choices and her life.

At the same time a look into the personal groeth of a uoung American , ale.

Have read T. The writing style and sentence structire trminded ms of Wolf. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from An amazing novel.

This is probably the best Styron novel that I've read. It takes place post-WW2, where a young writer, Stingo resides at a boarding house and becomes fast friends with Sophie, a concentration camp survivor, and Nathan, her mentally unstable boyfriend. The storytelling on Sophie's part is out of this world.

Though the novel is long, it is definitely well worth the read.Although Nathan claims to be a Harvard graduate and a cellular biologist with a pharmaceutical company, it is later revealed that this is a fabrication. Word Wise: Rosie Clarke. Nathan, a tortured, brilliant Jew, and his lover, Sophie, a beautiful Polish woman whose wrist bears the grim tattoo of a concentration camp…and whose past is strewn with death that she alone survived.

Pieces of Her.