The Price of Salt: : Patricia Highsmith: Libros. Patricia Highsmith, author of "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Strangers On A Train. Patricia Highsmith was an American novelist and short stories writer. and Unnatural Catastrophes de Patricia Highsmith (ISBN: ) en Amazon. Libros en idiomas extranjeros; ›; Policíaca, negra y suspense.
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Between andHighsmith was in love with author Marijane Meaker. Meaker later said she was horrified at how Highsmith's personality had changed.
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Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes, her anthology of short stories, was notoriously anti-Americanand she often cast her homeland in a deeply unflattering light.
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He probably didn't know whether he was coming or going. Highsmith's second novel, The Price of Saltwas published in under the nom de plume Claire Morgan. Highsmith wrote in the "Afterword" to the new edition: If I were to write a novel about a lesbian relationship, would I then be labelled a lesbian-book writer?
That was a possibility, even though I might never be inspired to write another such book in my life.
So I decided to offer the book under another name.