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La compagnia dei poeti Shakespeare Shelley Keats Dylan Thomas TS Eliot Auden che come un teatro dell'immaginario subentra spesso alla triste scena del mondo reale e restituisce la felicità perduta Vive infine nella prosa stessa di Janet Frame nella sua mobilità nervosa nella imprevedibilità delle immagini e dello stile che ne fa una delle più grandi scrittrici del Novecento. Eual reading event of 2018 for me along with a Gerald Murnane bender early in the year though I d be hard pressed to say why For one thing my wife joined in the reading at first following and later eclipsing me while I took a short detour through a library book that was soon due She loved it though partly because as she kept saying Frame reminded her of me And it s true Frame seemed familiar but like a sister than an alternate self I left her Frame just as she arrived in London had her first date aged early thirties with someone she met on a bus and spent a night at a writers commune whose inhabitants were impressed she had a book out even if as she assured them it was only published in New Zealand I think I had to read that far just to make sure she d be all right And when I picked it up again it was pleasure sweet relief She makes it to Ibiza has a lover ke

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An Angel at my Table

Lla Depressione; il trasferimento al sud al seguito del padre ferroviere; i primi colpi che lasciano il segno l'obesità infantile la sgraziata adolescenza la fatalità della morte con la prematura scomparsa della sorella Myrtle l'orrore dell'ospedale psichiatrico; e poi la fuga il tentativo di suicidio il ritorno alla casa paterna Il mondo dell'arte e dell'espressione vive nel. Splurp This is the edition I read but owing to the length I reviewed the volumes as they were first published separately1 To the Is Land2 An Angel at my Table3 The Envoy from Mirror CityBut splurp Yes as in that dark sweet liuid with the splurp taste known as Gregg s Coffee and Chicory p 252 Really Janet Frame wrote that Not I m guessing here syrupy Honest to god I ve rarely seen so many garbled and missing characters I m assuming because the book was scanned from an earlier edition but that s no excuse So publishers here s a challenge Get a proof reader or I ll have the dogs sooled on to you p 38 maybe even sooked that ll show you Later I watched Jane Campion s movie of the same name It s visually stunning but like a series of vignettes than a coherent story Campion hardly used any voice over monologues as segues so the

Summary An Angel at my Table

Di che cosa parla Un angelo alla mia tavola Si potrebbe dire che parla di schizofrenia ma solo nel senso originario del termine la mente scissa in due mondi in uesto caso il mondo della vita e uello dell'arte e dell'espressione Il mondo della vita è descritto in ueste pagine nei suoi capitoli salienti l'infanzia trascorsa a Dunedin in Nuova Zelanda nella povertà degli anni de. A friend dropped this off for me at work several months ago Before Christmas Not several months several lifetimes ago I riffled through the pages knowing it would be a cold day in hell before I d have time to read a 600 page autobiography of an esoteric Antipodean author I d kind of sort of heard of You know That vague sense that I should know who she is should probably have gone through a Janet Frame phase in college Did my friend think I d be interested because I was a writer Because I d lived in New Zealand How do I get out of this gracefully How long do I hang on to this tome before she thinks I ve forgotten it s hers and we both get awkward with each other WELL THANK GOD FOR THE PANDEMIC I d been running low on things to read you see And here this was promising weeks of half an hour here another there Eventually I d work my way through this and could feel some


10 thoughts on “An Angel at my Table

  1. says:

    I inhabited a territory of loneliness which I think resembles that place where the dying spend their time before death and from where those who do return living to the world bring inevitably a uniue point of view that is a nightmare a treasure and a lifelong possession; at times I think it must be the best view in the world ranging even fart

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    She was ugly She tried to kill herself Several times she mentioned her rotting teeth implying the inferiority complex she much have developed because of it her wild shock of curly hair which almost always elicited the suggestion from others to have it straightened her lack of fashionable clothes At one dance party she attended no one had asked her to dance so she went home early by herself then pretended the ne

  3. says:

    A friend dropped this off for me at work several months ago Before Christmas Not several months several lifetimes ago I riffled through the pages knowing it would be a cold day in hell before I'd have time to read a 600 page autobiography of an esoteric Antipodean author I'd kind of sort of heard of You know That vague sense that I

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    Temporary masks I knew had their place; everyone was wearing them they were the human rage; but not masks cemented in place until the wearer could not breathe and was eventually suffocatedShe looked how everyone saw her Sometime afte

  5. says:

    SoIs it blasphemy to say that I prefer her nonfiction to her fiction?Her fiction was dense poetic experimental—all of which I fully apprecia

  6. says:

    Splurp This is the edition I read but owing to the length I reviewed the volumes as they were first published separately1 To the Is Land2 An Angel at my Table3 The Envoy from Mirror CityBut ‘splurp’? Yes as in “that dark sweet liuid with the splurp taste known as Gregg’s Coffee and Chicory” p 252 Really? Janet Frame wrote that? Not I’m guessing here syrupy? Honest to god I’ve rarely seen so many garbled a

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    Her life is controlled She is told without any evidence that she suffers from Schizophrenia and is incarcerated in a mental institution There

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  9. says:

    Eual reading event of 2018 for me along with a Gerald Murnane bender early in the year though I’d be hard pressed to say why For one thing my wife joined in the reading at first following and later eclipsing me while I took a short detour through a library book that was soon due She loved it though partly because as she

  10. says:

    I confess that I came to this book only after seeing Jane Campion's brilliant film adaptation of Janet Frame's autobiographies And despite telling essentially the same story the book and the film feel like wildly d

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