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Music and Freedom

Zoe Morrison


PUBLISHED: 1st May 2017
ISBN: 9781925324228
Music and Freedom
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PUBLISHED: 1st May 2017
ISBN: 9781925324228

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I have no use for forgiveness, not yet. But other ideas like that, kindness, for example, I think that is fundamental. Resurrection; I like that too. And love, of course, love, love, love.' Alice Murray learns to play the piano aged three on an orange orchard in rural Australia. Recognising her daughter's gift, her mother sends Alice to boarding school in the bleak north of England, and there Alice stays for the rest of her childhood. Then she's offered a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London, and on a summer school in Oxford she meets Edward, an economics professor who sweeps her off her feet. Alice soon finds that Edwards is damaged, and she's trapped. She clings to her playing and to her dream of becoming a concert pianist, until disaster strikes. Increasingly isolated as the years unravel, eventually Alice can't find it in herself to carry on. Then she hears the most beautiful music from the walls of her house a This novel's love story is that of a woman who must embrace life again if she is to survive. Inspiring and compelling, it explores the dark terrain of violence and the transformative powers of music and love.

Author Biography

ZoU Morrison was a research fellow and college lecturer in human geography at Oxford University where she completed her DPhil as a Rhodes Scholar. Her work in research and advocacy has addressed social exclusion and violence against women. ZoU has an LMusA in piano performance. She lives in Melbourne.

Product Details

Author
Zoe Morrison
Pages
352
Publisher
Random House Australia
Year
2017
ISBN-10
1925324222
ISBN-13
9781925324228
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2017-05-01
Country of Publication
Australia
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