[PDF / Epub] ☉ Лятото преди мрака Author Doris Lessing – Instaposter.us

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  1. says:

    Before it all slips away from my feeble psychological grasp, before the after effects start wearing off, let me write it all out About the summer before the dark.The first thing that struck me while reading was this Fuck purple prose Or red or maroon or magenta prose for that matter And I say this in full acknowledgement of the fact that my prose is often closer to purple than any other color Screw post modernism and its deliberate way of being obtuse, obscure, snarky Screw all that.Bec Before it all slips away from my feeble psychological grasp, before the after effects start wearing off, let me write it all out About the summer before the dark.The first thing that struck me while reading was this Fuck purple prose Or red or maroon or magenta prose for that matter And I say this in full acknowledgement of the fact that my prose is often closer to purple than any other color Screw post modernism and its deliberate way of being obtuse, obscure, snarky Screw all that.Because this is it This is what I want to achieve if I were to attempt writing a stream of consciousness...

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    The summer before the dark left me wondering what happened the summer after the dark This seemslike a summer of awakening for Kate, a summer of light and experience, even when she is at her lowest moments This is unlike Lessing s other novels I ve read and I wonder if this could be a good place to start, if you haven t read a Lessing novel, or if it doesn t fully encapsulate her uniqueness as a writer I m not sure On my book jacket, The Economist lists this as a masterpiece I can t The summer before the dark left me wondering what happened the summer after the dark This seemslike a summer of awakening for Kate, a summer of light and experience, even when she is at her lowest moments This is unlike Lessing s other novels I ve read and I wonder ...

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    After drudging through page after page of Mrs Michael Brown s good hair and bad hair, I ask myself the very same words so often uttered by the beautiful, pot smoking, dancing waif Maureen what s the point

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    This book is perhaps too character driven Stop dreaming and go get your hair done, you pathetic old bat And yet, I was struck by how much I could relate to Kate Brown the capable wife mother who reluctantly embarks on the standard issue midlife crisis, and returns to her London suburb only after an exhausting series of salty pan Euro adventures Doris Lessing showers her reader with all imaginable foils of Kate Brown all, that is, except the one I wanted most to meet the Kate who had lear This book is perhaps too character driven Stop dreaming and go get your hair done, you pathetic old bat And yet, I was struck by how much I could relate to Kate Brown the capable wife mother who reluctantly embarks on the standard issue midlife crisis, and returns to her London...

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    I deeply admire Doris Lessing I love that she gives weight to women s lives, thoughts, emotions, opinions, experience Her novels are treasures in my view I have to quote some of what she says about motherhood With three small children, and then four, she had had to fight for qualities that were not even in her vocabulary Patience Self discipline, Self control Self abnegation Chastity Adaptability to others that above all This always These virtues, necessary for bringing up a family o I deeply admire Doris Lessing I love that she gives weight to women s lives, thoughts, emotions, opinions, experience Her novels are treasures in my view I have to quote some of what she says about motherhood With three small children, and then four, she had had to fight for qualities that were not even in her vocabulary Patience Self discipline, Self control Self abnegation Chastity Adaptability to others that above all This always These virtues, necessary for bringing up a family of four on a restricted income, she did slowly acquire She had been amused by big words for what every mother is expected to become But virtues Really Really virtues if so, they had turned on her, had...

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    This is wonderfulShe Kate Brown is 1 4 Portugese married to a lovely Englishman for many years now at age 45 finds herself suddenly called into active duty as a bona fide Portugese translatorand into a new lifestyle.At Chapter 2 she is embarking on travel to Istanbul, Turkey.I am already amazed at the clever opportunities that this author uses On the cover of my 1968 printed paperback I found and bought from Bookmans, also The Golden Notebook is also being promoted I fear th This is wonderfulShe Kate Brown is 1 4 Portugese married to a lovely Englishman for many years now at age 45 finds herself suddenly called into active duty as a bona fide Portugese translatora...

  7. says:

    Not bad, but I got impatient with the main character I felt she got a bit self indulgent at the end I don t remember anything devastating in its consequences either blurb, you lie or at least exaggerate Or...

  8. says:

    I can t even force myself to finish this, but me and Lessing are definitely finished.

  9. says:

    What can I say Some writers tell, others show Lessing reinvents you.

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    I am at a loss for words I ll be honest I did not get much of what Doris Lessing was talking about yet maybe I feel exactly like she wants me to Kate is searching Kate is looking At herself At how people perceive her And it is taking a toll on her This was something I felt in a refined way after I finished Fire on the Mountain by Anita Desai Reading Doris is unsettling in a crude way It s too real There s no point to it all There s no storyline meandering to come to a conclusion I am at a loss for words I ll be honest I did not get much of what Doris Lessing was talking about yet maybe I feel exactly like she wants me to Kate is searching Kate is looking At herself At how people perceive her And it is taking a toll on her This was something I felt in a refined way after I finished Fire on the Mountain by Anita Desai Reading Doris is unsettling in a crude way It s too real There s no point to it all There s no storyline meandering to come to a conclusion or a wrapping up of events.This sense of nurturing of taking care of being the mother figure of always smiling smiling smiling of a sexual object of attention of being primed into such roles Of being a wife and a mother And what lesson did you take of it Is there even a lesson at all Another honest statement I m at loss when the author leaves me to decide for myself what in the world is going on I felt the same when I finished Hills like White Elephant...

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