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Mozart by ROBERT HOWSE
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Arthur Rizler, famed American novelist turned neo-conservative icon, visits Prague to lecture on Mozart the septuagenarian Rizler is accompanied by his overprotective younger wife Maya. The Rolling Stones upstage the Mozart event with a concert under the patronage of the Czech President; while Rizler is struggling to recoup his dignity and self-direction, a disgruntled suitor from Maya's distant past is on his way to PragueJeremy Stuart, a hyper-ambitious but eccentric international attorney, has been cyberstalking Maya for years. Stuart is bent on derailing a privatization deal with rumored links to the Russia mob but he is also tempted to settle some old scores with Maya. An outrageous comedy of errors unfolds, putting Rizler's marriage and his life at risk. Duplicitous American diplomats a flirtatious but jaded female foreign correspondent; an aristocratic British wonder surgeon with a secret that could destroy her career; a day-trading hotel bartender with a live-in neo-Nazi son: these are among the cast of characters that ends up shaping the destinies of Rizler, Maya and Stuart during a single fateful week, as their lives spin out of predicable direction and control towards a madcap ending that is a tribute to the film Casablanca. The strange entanglement of these three personalities turn out to be haunted by demons from all of their pasts old loves and hatreds, vulnerabilities and betrayals, emotional loose ends that have never been tied up, and which spill out and reveal themselves in surprising ways. Mozart is farcical but also poignant and human; unsentimental but full of good humor and heart; a classic comedy/love story, which also casts a satirical light on western cultureand politics in the late twentieth century.
Release date Australia
December 1st, 2004
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Xlibris Corporation
Pages
156
Dimensions
140x216x13
ISBN-13
9781413478969
Product ID
1908251

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