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Em 1952 com seis anos de idade enuanto a Inglaterra se veste de luto pela morte de Jorge VI Mary Ward filha de lavradores pobres de Suffolk apercebe se de ue apesar das aparências não é não uer ser uma rapariga Desde então ela esforçar se á por se transformar em Martin um rapaz intrépido terno e viril Ao longo dos anos vê la emos perseguir o seu sonho de Suffolk a Londres da Inglaterra dos Beatles à América profundaSonho impossível? Talvez Mas todos aueles ue a rodeiam da avó morta num planador a Walter o rapaz do talho ue uer ser cantor de country não procuram eles também num mundo selvagem e confuso o seu próprio reino interdito?Rose Tremain oferece nos uma obra surpreendente ue foi internacionalmente ovacionada pela crítica e recebeu em França em 1994 o Prémio Femina para o melhor romance estrangeiro Procuro na literatura do século XX um outro exemplo de um romance tão belo tão generoso pela nobreza sofredora do seu olhar pela justeza sem falha do seu estio — Fréderic Vtoux Le Nouvel Observateur


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    Mary Ward stands shivering in a Suffolk England field in February 1952 and realizes she is meant to be a boy She is just six years old Within its opening pages Sacred Country promises to take you on a literary journey that will be long and painful Rest assured it will also be beautiful and transformative Although Mary and her quest for her physical identity are at the heart of Sacred Country it is a book full of souls searching for emotional purchase Mary's mother has a tenuous grip on sanity losing her way at intervals and regaining her footing in a nearby mental hospital Mary's father is in danger of losing the family farm and slips further into madness borne of anger and alcohol her brother loses his dream of becoming an Olympic swimmer because he is too afraid to dive A village friend Walter dreams of becoming a country and western singer but must take over the family butcher shop when his father dies It seems that there is nothing but heartbreak in gray and lifeless post war Britain that the future is alive in vibrant cities and on warm continents but in rural England the past rots in small and suspicious minds Yet Tremain offers enough light in the gloom that hope propels you forward Mary's awkward courage as she stumbles through her transformation from Mary to Martin makes her so lovable And she is surrounded by a small but formidable defense of friends and loved ones her grandfather who accepts her unconditionally her beloved teacher who embraces her intellect and shelters her when home life becomes unbearable the cricket bat maker who believes in reincarnation his maid who becomes his lover then his wife and her daughter Pearl who breaks Mary's heart and helps it to heal Rose Tremain's writing is flawless Although this is a narrative focused on character development the plot moves steadily forward Although there are numerous characters and several sub plots there is a sense of the whole within each part Vivid details of time and place hold you firmly in each era the characters evolving with their age changing with the times The characters' senses of humor and irony clear the air that could easily turn maudlin under the pen of a less deft writer This is a book about transformation about letting go of those who cannot change and embracing those who try Sacred Country touched me profoundly with its humanity its hope its brutality and its intense love It is rare that I close a book and cry at its end This is a rare book indeed