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  1. says:

    An ounce of pretension euals a pound of manure No

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    A seemingly happily married man who has it all enters into an illicit affair with his sons girlfriend and becomes obsessed with having and keeping her This affair will be the ruin of all of them I'm really torn on this book While I liked the idea of the story I found the writing to be overly pretentious and it made this book a bit boring if you ask me All the highbrow intellectual back and forth does nothing for me Also I found the relation

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    “Damaged people are dangerous They know they can survive” Josephine Hart DamageDamage is a novella It is a short terse sizzling little gem of a book about betrayal passion and what happens when your one wrong choice causes your life to go out of control The main character in this book has always tried to do the right thing He is a serious straight laced man He's a A loving father and a devoted husband and he is hap

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    Damage is very smartly written and effective in arousing curiosity in readers leading us to uestion the characters’ self

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    Oh good gravy Let's start with the facts Fact This book is VERY well writtenFact It is also VERY short which allowed for me to read it in its entirety in under 3 hours Fact Symbolism runs rampant which I love Fact Damage is an excellent title and describes perfectly what happens when obsession overrides sanity Or in the

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    Excerpt And round every meeting with her spun a ribbon of certainty that my life had already ended It had ended in the split second of my first sight of herIt was time out of life Like an acid it ran through all the years behind me

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    5 MESMERIZINGLY DAMAGED STARS There is an internal landscape a geography of the soul; we search for the outlines all of our lives This is the story of a man whom appears to have the dream lifewealth intelligence power successful marriage prestige So why does he spend countless hours wonderingWhy he is so unhappy How someone that appears to have it all can feel so empty When did he lose control of his life An

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    I felt like I was engaged in a long drawn out battle of fisticuffs with this novel; with my opponent being an otherwise placid Englishman lecturing me properly on the sporting necessity of the Maruess of ueensberry rules as he jabbed me almost apologetically with knuckles pointed upward and outward and cloaked in dainty boxing gl

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    I absolutely loved the opening line of this novel There is an internal landscape a geography of the soul; we search for its outlines all our lives It goes on to say Those who are lucky enough to find it ease like water over a stone on

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    Bullshit Absorbing enough as a read but utter bullshit The whole 'undermining respectable middle class life' is so cliche Goodness 'One hasn't lived life by following some social template' This has been done to death and this book is one of the

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Damage Dfinition simple et facile du dictionnaire damage nom masculin Sens Techniue Action de damer d'aplanir une surface en la tassant gnralement avec une machine outil appele dame Exemple Le sol en terre tait trop ingal pour poser les caillebottis Il a donc fallu effectuer un damage de toute la surface En savoir plus En vido le mot du champion Comment crire le son Ʒ Guillaume Terrien champion de France Damage Synonyms Damage Antonyms | Merriam synonyms of damage from the Merriam Webster Thesaurus plus related words definitions and antonyms Find another word for damage Damage dictionary definition | damage defined damage definition The definition of damage is injury or harm to a person or thing that reduces health value or usefulness noun An example of damage is a shattered hip that needs replacement An example of damage is a chair that's been broken Damage – Uncovering damage to subjectivity Damage Uncovering damage to subjectivity Menu Magazine; About; Subscribe; Shop; Inside the Mind of the Professional Managerial Clas Damaged people are dangerous They know they can survive Josephine Hart DamageDamage is a novella It is a short terse sizzling little gem of a book about betrayal passion and what happens when your one wrong choice causes your life to go out of control The main character in this book has always tried to do the right thing He is a serious straight laced man He s a A loving father and a devoted husband and he is happy in his somewhat sterile but pleasant marriageAll that ends when his son brings home a new girlfriend The narrators falls madly in love with her actually madly in obsession with her I should say a triggering a tragic turn of events for all concernedThis short little book packs so much intensity it is astonishing I first read it many years ago It stands in my top ten for best books everDamage is Shakespearean in nature and the drama that plays out in the pages is impossible to turn away from One knows instinctively from the start this is not going to turn out well and you may feel like shouting a warning through the pages But our main character s only chance is to follow the words of the uote from the book Damaged people are dangerous They know they can surviveDamage is best read in one sitting and is short enough so that if that is what you want to do it can easily be done The subject has been done before but not uite in this way it is here The author Josephine Hart is an amazing writer She was a poet as well which explains the amazing writing I have read one of her other books Sin dealing with the subject of Envy and while it is good but I think Damage is betterFor the recordthis book was made into a film but I d skip itthe book is much much betterSo five intense unforgettable stars from me for a book you will be thinking about YEARS after you turn the final page

review Damage author Josephine Hart

Damage author Josephine Hart

S Part Three The precarious Professional Managerial Class attempts to solve political problems through the futile mental gymnastics of identity politics Lizzie Warren September September The Tenured Radical A brief character study Aurora Damage film Wikipedia Damage is a BritishFrench film directed and produced by Louis Malle and starring Jeremy Irons Juliette Binoche Miranda Richardson Rupert Graves and Ian Bannen Adapted by David Hare from the novel Damage by Josephine Hart the film is about a British politician Irons who has a sexual relationship with his son's soon to be fiance and becomes increasingly obsessed with her Fit For Rivals Damage YouTube Welcome to Freak Machine Records We are an independent label that’s here to melt your face off Share Like Comment Cha cha y'all Now it's time to get fu damage English Spanish Dictionary damage control n noun Refers to person place thing uality etc reduction of loss by fire etc control de daos loc nom m locucin nominal masculina Unidad lxica estable formada de dos o ms palabras Oh good gravy Let s start with the facts Fact This book is VERY well writtenFact It is also VERY short which allowed for me to read it in its entirety in under 3 hours Fact Symbolism runs rampant which I love Fact Damage is an excellent title and describes perfectly what happens when obsession overrides sanity Or in the eyes of our MC what happens when one finally finds passion passion being a man whore pyschobut whatever Also this fact is turning into an opinionOpinion This book was waaaaaaay too heavy for moi I had a very difficult time stomaching the general premise which I don t think gives too much away dad has sorid ridiculous affair with son s fianc Wow WOW wow The end of the book is completely shocking The middle of the book is completely shocking Heck the beginning of the book is shocking I remained shocked throughout the duration of this text The best way I can describe the process of reading this book is via analogy You climb up the ladder to a very tall slide at the playground You sit down at the top so excited by what all of your friends have said about the amazing ride down the slide Right as you begin to shift your weight to set your journey in motion you glimpse at this piece of euipment What you once thought was a harmless little ride is actually full of obstacles and danger The slide is greased It has sharp corners And it goes down infinitely farther than you thought possible or were ever willing to go But what s done is done you shifted your weight and now you ve gotta ride it all the way to the bottom however thrilling and terrifying that ride may be I know that is long winded but that is how I felt truly as I read this story It is a piece of art but I had to rate it 3 stars due to the disturbance it caused me

review Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ð Josephine Hart

Ue funciona como sustantivo masculino ojo de buey agua mala damage control n noun Refers to person place thing uality etc reducing damage to reputation control de Damage | Risk of Rain Wiki | Fandom Character Damage A Character's damage is the main factor all other damage scales off A multiplier is built and added together % for each instance of BoostDamage the character has % for each Irradiant Pearl Increase ALL of your stats Increases ALL stats by % % per stack % for each beetlejuice debuff LDAMAGE INTERLUDE PVP SERVER Lineage Interlude PVP Server Rates x Over online players over the world Massive pvp and much action guaranteed Join us right now Target damage WN and reuirements for Marks of Take a look at his Marks of Excellence and WN target damage reuirements ️ Support WoTgaragenet All donations go back into paying for webhosting services to keep the website alive and to improve WoTgaragenet features Choose tank's nation CHINA CZECH FRANCE GERMANY ITALY JAPAN POLAND SWEDEN UK USA USSR TOP popular tanks Obj e Bourrasue T I felt like I was engaged in a long drawn out battle of fisticuffs with this novel with my opponent being an otherwise placid Englishman lecturing me properly on the sporting necessity of the Maruess of ueensberry rules as he jabbed me almost apologetically with knuckles pointed upward and outward and cloaked in dainty boxing gloves his endurance greater than mine as he slowly but surely battered my face to a pulp in patient cumulative and ultimately devastating fashionThe novel is populated by boringly correct English types who seem almost parodically perfect civil and discreet Their world is slowly and uietly devastated by the entrance into it of an almost blameless femme fatale a damaged girl harboring a terrible secret so corrosive that it seems to destroy all she touches though the recipients of her attentions fail to see or do see and ignore the inevitably painful conseuences The story is told from the perspective of a genteel middle aged Englishman Dr Stephen Fleming a physician and member of Parliament who willingly constructs an alternate reality to justify his obsessive affair with her As she happens to be the fiancee of his own son the deception takes on particularly disturbing aspectsThe first chapter of this novel is one of the most perfect in English literature It s really uite amazing and there are passages throughout that are nearly as good The novel is perhaps not perfect as a whole and one sometimes becomes irritated at the oh aren t we so frightfully correct and conventional self observational conversations spouted by the characters as a sort of authorial shorthand On the other hand the way the novel simmers under its lid and slowly uncoils itself to render its death bite is uite masterly And there is much sigh inducing gorgeousness in Hart s prose It s a sad tale part Ford Madox Ford s The Good Soldier part Nabokov s Lolita in its forbidden age gap but not pedophilic love deception and existence of a peripheral character with a mysterious pull and probably several other novels I m missing The most tragic figure in the story is probably Fleming s wife Ingrid decent and guileless and thus eminently destroyableThe book is about the reality of what people think and how they feel while they wear their false public masks as well as the profound concern of never really living until death takes them There s nothing particularly new in this or in the novel s framework of deceptive relationships but Hart brings her own expressive ingenuity to the material It s a spare work thoughtful and haunting Because the story is told entirely from Fleming s POV we see what is most important to him so the surface of his everyday life his career and other aspects are glossed over in only a few sentences This is authorial prerogative and oftentimes this lack of ancillary detail can make a novel seem frivolous but here the issues are explored with such brooding intensity and insight that such details would merely impede the flow and dilute the novel s imperativesAs I say I fought with this book At times I found myself bored and frustrated by the characters and their impossible stiff upper lipped orderliness sometimes put off by the occasional cliche or passage of melodramatic dialogue But the book over its course continually brought me back into the fold and by the end it persuaded me reminding us that no amount of social structure can ever truly contain the lizard brainThis book was made into a good film in 1992 starring Jeremy Irons and it s probably his presence in that which reminded me of Lolita as he appeared in the excellent remake of that film as wellI might be overrating this by at least a star but I thought the book was ultimately powerful rewarding and recommendable It is a book for lovers of literature