Sophie's Choice (Hardcover) William Styron
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Sophie's Choice (Hardcover) William Styron

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After William Styron was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his The Confessions of Nat Turner in 1967, he later began writing, exploring an equally charged subject: the Holocaust. Set in 1947, Sophie's Choice is the complex tale of an aspiring young writer, Stingo, who befriends Nathan Landau, a brilliant, unstable Jew. Nathan's beautiful Polish lover, Sophie Zawistowska, is a survivor of the Nazi Holocaust whose guilt over a terrible choice forced on her at Auschwitz destroys both her and Nathan. The story won the American Book Award. Powerful, solid literature. Signed and collectible.