The Goldfinch PDF was written by an American author Donna Tartt. The cover of the book was designed by Carel Fabritius. Tartt’s work is available in printed form, e-book, and audio. It was published on 23rd September 2013 by Little, Brown and Company publishers.
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The Goldfinch PDF – Review And Details:
The Goldfinch Epub is the best example of literary fiction. It is not wrong to say that this book is the best example of survival and self-invention. It is an old-fashioned story with the texture of loss and obsession. The novel has mesmerizing characteristics with the touch of stay-up-all-night and tell-all-your-friends triumph.
Tartt wrote The Goldfinch Ebook in 2013, while he wrote his first novel in 2002, The Little Friend. The book won the Pulitzer for Fiction in 2014 and also other honors too.
The Goldfinch PDF is regarded as a coming-of-age tale that is narrated in the first person. Theodore Decker, a 13-years-old New Yorker, is the protagonist of the novel. At an art museum, he survived a terrorist bombing, whilst his mother died. After the terrorist attack, he was staggering through debris, he took, a small Dutch Golden Golden Age painting with him. This painting is known as The Goldfinch. He was then taken in by the family of a wealthy friend, as his father abandoned him.
Though he was now living with wealthy family members, he is still not feeling good. He was also disturbed by schoolmates who don’t know how to talk to him, above all that he is missing his mother so badly. He was tormented by his unbearable longing for his mother. He clung to only one thing that reminds him of her, a small painting that drives him into the underworld of arts.
About The Author (Donna Tartt):
Donna Tartt was born on 23Rd December 1963. She is an American novelist. In Time Magazine’s 2014, she was authorized as the 100 Most Influential People list.