Olga: A Novel
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HarperAudio, 2021.
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5h 51m 27s
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English
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9780063112957

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Bernhard Schlink., Bernhard Schlink|AUTHOR., & Nathalie Buscombe|READER. (2021). Olga: A Novel . HarperAudio.

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Bernhard Schlink, Bernhard Schlink|AUTHOR and Nathalie Buscombe|READER. 2021. Olga: A Novel. HarperAudio.

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Bernhard Schlink, Bernhard Schlink|AUTHOR and Nathalie Buscombe|READER. Olga: A Novel HarperAudio, 2021.

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Bernhard Schlink, Bernhard Schlink|AUTHOR, and Nathalie Buscombe|READER. Olga: A Novel HarperAudio, 2021.

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Abandoned by her parents, young Olga is raised by her grandmother in a Prussian village in the early years of the twentieth century. Smart and precocious, endearing but uncompromising, she fights against ingrained chauvinism to find her place in a world run by lesser men.

When Olga falls in love with her neighbor, Herbert, the son of a local aristocrat, her life is irremediably changed. While Herbert indulges his thirst for exploration and adventure, Olga is limited by her gender and circumstance. Her love for Herbert goes against all odds and encounters many obstacles, but even when they are separated, it endures.

Unfolding across decades-from the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first century-and across continents-from Germany to Africa and the Arctic, from the Baltic Sea to the German south-west-Olga is an epic romance, and a wrenching tale of a woman's devotion to a restless man in an age of constant change. Though Olga exists in the shadows of others, she pursues life to the fullest and her magnetic presence shines-revealing a woman complex, fascinating, and unforgettable.

Told in three distinct parts, brilliantly shifting from different points of view and narrative formats, Bernhard Schlink's magnificent novel is a rich, full portrait of a singular woman and her world.

Translated from the German by Charlotte Collins
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