Download The Goldfinch PDF by Donna Tartt

The Goldfinch PDF is one of the most important and talked about novels of the last decade. It has won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction. The book has been adapted into a movie, which was released in September 2019.

The story follows the life of Theo Decker from age 13 to his late 20s. It begins with him during an afternoon at a museum with his mother and best friend Boris (and his mother’s boyfriend) when an explosion occurs, killing both his mother and Boris’ mother.

Theo survives the blast but loses his right hand in the process. He also finds himself holding onto an old painting called The Goldfinch by Carel Fabritius, which he later learns was stolen from the museum during the blast. He decides to keep it as a reminder of his mother and becomes obsessed with restoring it.

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Book Name The Goldfinch PDF
Written By Donna Tartt
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Page Count  1030 Pages
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Review of The Goldfinch PDF

The Goldfinch PDF, Donna Tartt’s third novel, is an astonishing feat of storytelling. It begins with a boy, Theo Decker, who lives with his mother in New York City after his father is killed in a terrorist attack. When a painting by the Dutch master Carel Fabritius becomes the focus of a murder investigation and then a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Theo makes it his mission to recover the lost masterpiece.

The Goldfinch is a mesmerizing exploration of loss and obsession, survival and self-invention, and the incredibly rich inner life of one very unusual boy. Donna Tartt’s mesmerizing new novel transports us into an underworld of drugs and violence but also into an extraordinary world of art—the world within a painting—where she has found the inspiration for this tale of an orphaned boy who loses everything but finds himself through art.

The Goldfinch is that rarest of literary phenomena: It is both popular and critically acclaimed; it was selected as one of Time magazine’s 100 Best Novels Written in English since 1923 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2014; it was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize; it was awarded France’s Prix Goncourt; it was voted Book Sense Book of the Year; it.

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What is the Goldfinch?

The Goldfinch is a novel written by Donna Tartt. It was first published in 2013, and it has received the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The book is about a young boy who loses his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. The boy then goes to live with his father who is an alcoholic and drug addict. The boy then falls in love with a girl who becomes part of his life, but he loses her too. He then finds himself working at an antiques shop where he sees an old painting that looks exactly like one that was stolen from him when he was younger. The painting has been stolen from an art museum and he sets out to find it again before it disappears forever.

Who is Donna Tartt?

Donna Tartt is an American novelist, short story writer, and essayist born on February 19th 1961 in Jackson, Mississippi, United States of America (USA). She studied at Bennington College from 1979-1983 before becoming a writer and teacher at Bard College where she currently works as an associate professor of creative writing. Her most famous work has been The Goldfinch which won.

What is this book about?

The story follows a young man named Theodore Decker, who survives an explosion that kills his mother and best friend, Andy Warhol-esque artist Boris Pavlikovsky. In the wake of these tragic events, he takes possession of a painting called The Goldfinch and slowly learns how to live again. He finds himself caught up in a world of stolen art, antiques and crime – but also finds love and belonging amidst it all.

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