6 edition of Night train to Lisbon found in the catalog.
Night train to Lisbon
Former Latin teacher Raimund Gegorius boards the night train to Lisbon, carrying with him a book by Amadeu de Prado, with whose work he becomes obsessed, and journeys all over the city in search of the truth about the author.
|Statement||Pascal Mercier ; translated from the German by Barbara Harshav.|
|Contributions||Harshav, Barbara, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||PT2673.E6827 N3313 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||438 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||438|
About this journey The average travel time between Lisbon and Madrid is 10h43 minutes. The quickest route is 10h43 minutes. The first train leaving Lisbon is at , the last at. There is an average of 1 trains a day between Lisbon and Madrid, leaving approximately every . The Trenhotel international night train is known for its great luxury and connects Spain with Portugal and France. It allows you to travel in a great variety of sleeping accommodation and wake up in a different country the next morning. The international Trenhotel has two lines. The Lusitania line runs daily between Madrid and Lisbon and takes.
Bille August, Night Train to Lisbon, Pre-Production Danish film director Bille August has consistently brought a strong vision to international stories. He is best known for Pelle the Conqueror, the film about Swedish immigrants in Denmark, which received the Palme d’Or, the Academy Award and the Golden Globe. That same night, he takes the train to Lisbon to research the book’s phantom author, Amadeu de Prado, a renowned physician whose principles led him to confront Salazar’s dictatorship. Raimund, now obsessed with unlocking the mystery behind the man, is determined to meet all those on whom Prado left an indelible mark.4/5().
Every night, an articulated Spanish sleeper train called the Sud Express links the French border & San Sebastian with Lisbon. It runs combined with the Madrid-Lisbon Trenhotel Lusitania between Medina del Campo and Lisbon. Today's train perpetuates the famous Sud Express name, first carried by a Wagons-Lits Company train in the late 19th century. Night train to lisbon theme song and quotes (For the dreamers, my all-time favourite book) - Duration: A.G. STRANGER Tunisian Author 5, views.
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He buys a book she was carrying written by a doctor in Lisbon. It is an introspective, self examining, philosophical soul searching journal.
His object of pursuit shifts from the young woman to the author of the book. He packs his bag and takes a /5(). Nachtzug nach Lissabon = Night Train to Lisbon, Pascal Mercier The book was originally published in German inand was first published in English in Night Train to Lisbon is a philosophical novel by Swiss writer Pascal Mercier/5.
Night Train to Lisbon is a sensuous tale of the pursuit of love and passion against all odds, set in the s when the world was on the brink of war and suspicion of loyalty, motivation, and intent -- to both country and lover -- was at flood tide.
Carson Weatherell is a privileged young American woman traveling in Europe incourtesy of her aunt and uncle who live/5. About The Book. A huge international best seller, Night Train to Lisbon was published in hardcover in January with a modest first printing. It has been hailed by booksellers and critics, and embraced by readers.
Raimund Gregorius teaches classical languages at a Swiss lyc”e, and lives a life governed by routine. Free download or read online Night Train to Lisbon pdf (ePUB) book.
The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Pascal Mercier. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this fiction, philosophy story are Raimund Gregorius,/5.
Night Train to Lisbon follows Raimund Gregorius, a year-old Classics scholar, on a journey that takes him across Europe. Abandoning his job and his life and travelling with a dusty old book as his talisman, he heads for Lisbon in search of clues to the life of the book's Portuguese author, Amadeu de Prado/5().
All he finds is a small book, a memoir of sorts, by Amadeu do Prado. It is stamped with the address of the bookstore, so he goes there. The bookseller remembers the girl purchasing this obscure book. As he leafs through it, a train ticket to Lisbon, Portugal falls out.
The train is, in fact, leaving in 15 minutes. "Night Train to Lisbon" is a movie with a tedious beginning, when the lead character leaves his students in their classroom and travels to Lisbon in a senseless situation.
Then there is serendipity, when he has an accident and breaks his glasses, and the doctor introduces him to her uncle that was a friend of Amadeu. An elegant meditative book teaches a painfully ironic life lesson in German-Swiss author Mercier’s searching novel, a critically acclaimed international bestseller being published in the United States for the first time.
NIGHT TRAIN TO LISBON by Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 15, The information about Night Train to Lisbon shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks. In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication.
If you are the publisher or author of this. Night Train to Lisbon centres on a high school classics teacher from Berne who has spent almost his entire life -- first as a pupil, then as a teacher -- at the same school in Berne. Raimund Gregorius is a legendary and near-infallible figure in that small world, dedicated entirely to his work, interested only in his Greek and Latin and Hebrew.
In “Night Train to Lisbon,” a stuffy academic undergoes a late midlife crisis, impulsively abandoning his comfortable post as a teacher of classical studies in Switzerland.
Night Train to Lisbon review – Jeremy Irons revives his penchant for dramas in which there is a fascinating book by a Portuguese doctor and a. All night trains in Portugal. How to buy tickets, find ticket fares and schedules. Information about the categories seats, couchettes and sleepers.
From Madrid to Lisbon by Night Train The Renfe Lusitania Trenhotel from Spain to Portugal. blog written by Tobi. Lisbon to Madrid: New day train Reopening of the Elvas - Badajoz line. What other book might you compare Night Train to Lisbon to and why.
The Narrative in Umberto Eco's Books such as "The Name of the Rose". Which character – as performed by David Colacci – was your favorite. Gregorius - the narrator and explorer. Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you.
Book Reviews All of which is interesting enough, but in a rather clinical way. One problem with Night Train to Lisbon is that its plot, if plot is the word for it, consists almost entirely of talk—talk, talk, talk—about people and events in the past.
The effect of this endless conversation is numbing rather than stimulating. At times Night Train to Lisbon can feel somewhat generic and cliched, but is saved, predominantly, thanks to the credentials of this remarkable, international cast%.
[but] what Night Train to Lisbon really suggests is Roads to Freedom, Jean-Paul Sartre's breathless trilogy about identity-making.' -John Leonard,Harper's Magazine 'Celebrates the beauty and allure of language adroitly addresses concepts of sacrifice, secrets, memory, loneliness, infatuation, tyranny, and translation.4/5().
Night Train to Lisbon is a novel of ideas that reads like a thriller: an unsentimental journey that seems to transcend time and space. Every character, every scene, is evoked with an incomparable. Lisbon by Night Train. Trains directory.
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TrenHotel Surexpreso. Renfe. Timetable. |. Trenhotel night train from Madrid to Lisbon. The Trenhotel night train to Lisbon is ready to depart on platform 12 of Madrid-Chamartin station. I booked a bed in a sleeping car. For the "fast bookers", these are the booking links for the night train: you can get tickets as e-tickets via Trainline, ACPRail or Renfe.
‘Night train to Lisbon’ is based on an international best selling book of the same name, first published in German in The author of the book is Pascal Mercier, the nom de plum of Peter Bieri, an outstanding scholar, philosopher and word-smith, who apart from his academic writing has written four novels, which not surprisingly explore philosophical questions.A huge international bestseller, with over 2 million copies sold worldwide, Night Train to Lisbon is an utterly compelling novel about one man's escape from a humdrum life in search of passion and Train to Lisbon tells the story of mild-mannered, middle-aged Classics scholar Raimund Gregorius.
When, one afternoon, he walks .