Charlotte

Taylor Sam, Foenkinos David
Charlotte

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9781782117940
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Canongate Books Ltd
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02 Feb 2017
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The international bestseller: the tragic and triumphant life and death of one of the twentieth century's most extraordinary artists. 'Sad, beautiful, indignant, wrenching, important' Sarah Perry, author of THE ESSEX SERPENT

Charlotte Salomon is born into a family stricken by suicide and a country at war - but there is something exceptional about her. She has a gift, a talent for painting. And she has a great love, for a brilliant, eccentric musician.

But just as she is coming in to her own as an artist, death is coming to control her country. The Nazis have come to power and, a Jew in Berlin, her life is narrowing - she is kept from her art, torn from her love and her family, chased from her country. And still she is not safe, not from the madness that has hunted her family, or the one gripping Europe . . .

Charlotte is a heart-breaking true story - inspiring, unflinching, awful, hopeful - of a life filled with curiosity, animated by genius and cut short by hatred. A beautifully, lucidly told memorial, it has become an international sensation.

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