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  • Den allvarsamma leken

    Hjalmar Söderberg

    Århundradets kärlekssaga - filmaktuellI höst går Den allvarsmma leken i regi av Pernilla August upp på biograferna. I huvudrollerna ser vi med Sverrir Gudnason och Karin Franz Körlof som kärleksparet Arvid Stjärnblom och Lydia Stille.Den allvarsamma leken av Hjalmar Söderberg är en av våra mest älskade svenska klassiker - en roman om kärleken, om illusionen och resignationen, samtidigt som den ekar av världshändelserna i det idylliska tidiga 1900-talets Stockholm.Med nyskrivet diskussionsunderlag om bokens olika teman.

  • Florence Foster Jenkins

    Nicholas Martin, Jasper Rees

    'People may say that I couldn't sing. But no one can say that I didn't sing.' Despite lacking pitch, rhythm or tone, Florence Foster Jenkins became one of America's best-known sopranos, celebrated for her unique recordings and her sell-out concert at Carnegie Hall. Born in 1868 to wealthy Pennsylvanian parents, Florence was a talented young pianist but her life was thrown into turmoil when she eloped with Frank Jenkins, a man twice her age. The marriage proved a disaster and, in order to survive, Florence was forced to abandon her dreams of a musical career and teach the piano. Then her father died in 1909 and, newly installed in New York, she used a considerable inheritance to fund her passion. She set up a prestigious amateur music club and began staging operas. Aided by her English common-law husband, St Clair Bayfield, she worked tirelessly to support the city's musical life. Many young singers owed their start to Florence, but she too yearned to perform and began giving regular recitals that quickly attracted a cult following. And yet nothing could prepare the world for the astonishing climax of her career when, at the age of seventy-six, she performed at the most hallowed concert hall in America. In Florence Foster Jenkins, Jasper Rees tells her extraordinary story, which inspired the film starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant, and directed by Stephen Frears. This remarkable book also includes Nicholas Martin's funny, moving and inspirational screenplay.