The Passion - Jeanette Winterson Reviews
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Jeanette Winterson's Napoleon-baiting, androgynous ecstasy applauding, intertwining novel set in the times of Napoleon, "The Passion" has little connection to the real world. Written by Winterson in 1985, The Passion was her third book, after having already won the Whitbread award for her first novel "Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit". It's a melodic and gentle story, which moves from page to page feeling very much like poetry, but without those annoying verses and rhyme-schemes. The book begins with Henri, a French kid who manages through dumb-assed luck and his midget friend Dominic to become Napoleon Bonaparte's personal cook. Following ... Read the complete review
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