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  1. says: EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard

    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] This novella is biographical fiction inspired by aspects of Pierre Bonnard’s life and work He painted interiors almost as if they were landscapes often with doors and windows ajar giving a tantalising view through and beyond the permeable boundary between man made and natural worlds “ The window was open a

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    Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] A very sneaky and dark novel making tremendous use of the usually tired techniue of a second person address to an unnamed listener The speakers and addressees are unnamed apart from mother daughter father and the subtitle A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard clues the reader in to the sleights of hand at play here In the first part the

  3. says: EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] Gabriel Josipovici ê 4 review Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard

    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] I looked back at my TBR Excel file yes I keep such a file on Excel 🧐 and could not find any info on why I ordered this book I gave this novel a high rating for me 4 stars And I am going to give it this superb rating even though I have a problem with the book — I do not understand it 🤨 The first part of the triptych

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    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici I’m here Can’t you see me You never do do you? My difference excludes me Do you know what it is like to sit on these shelves and have you pass by as though I did not exist? Maybe you are afraid of me? This is my only way to survive to make up crap like this as you reach for one of those other kind of writers My spine is weakeni

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    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] A dismal and imaginary meditation on the relationships of the painter Pierre Bonnard with his wife and a daughter Exuisitely executed portrayals

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    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] Josipovici's fictional exploration of the life of the painter Pierre Bonnard is told via three different perspectives Whilst this kind of literary experimentation can easily become trite in the wrong hand Jospovici skilfully uses it to explore the relationship between Bonnard's daughter with her parents whose fragmented illusory and often contradictory memories develop a sense of haziness and uncertainty around their shared past

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    Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Gabriel Josipovici ê 4 review I hate extended second person narratives but Gabriel Josipovici proves that it can be done in a way that pleases even me Josipovici is a brilliant writer and this is a brilliant book But I found the subtitle problematic in the sense that this is of a musical than a visual book The book especially its first and better section there is very little to the third is a minimalist musical rather than literary masterpiece tha

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    EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard A so so read very good in parts not so hot in others No chance for any true connection emotionally to anyone Not one of Josipovici's best

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    Read Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard EBOOK / PDF [Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard] A fascinating and confusing book like life itself The author brilliantly takes us into the minds of each character but one and we get the other side of the story Well done

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Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard review ß 104 Gabriel Josipovici ê 4 review Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Ently unsensual nudes A thoughtful and deeply felt piece told in three parts from the perspectives of Bonnard's wife daughter and the painter himself The publisher is. I m here Can t you see me You never do do you My difference excludes me Do you know what it is like to sit on these shelves and have you pass by as though I did not exist Maybe you are afraid of me This is my only way to survive to make up crap like this as you reach for one of those other kind of writers My spine is weakening Frayed it is difficult to stand straight Withering I become less alluring each day Yellowed If you only understood This is my virtue Yeah I said virtue It is what I am about excluding others Being excluded You know it don t you You re doing the same thing to me purposely or not excluding me making me invisible Just to protect yourself Hell I bet you even do it to yourself Take me off the shelf Open my covers and read me This is what my characters do My characters Ha They ve gone astray on their own Even my author has left Maybe though for different reasons I hope But what he left were alive people acting on their own Pretty exciting huh Like actors stepping out of a television set into your living room not knowing or caring that it is your living room or that you are there So you sit on your sofa half petrified and half eating crap that will eventually kill you or worse leave you trying out for one of their roles You see all they do is busy themselves about your living room encasing themselves in an invisible protective coating where the others can t reach them Can t reach themselvesOnly one tries Who is she again Oh yeah that s right the daughter Hasn t seen the parents for years Years I m saying So what happens Not much They aren t much different if at all The mother is still in the bath tub and the father sits on a stool in the corner of the bathroom sketching her Sounds kinky But with my frayed spine I m getting too old for kinky How about if we just call it curly Nah you re right I m likely for him to choose me if there is some kinkIn the end who am I to say I m just a book One that failed in the conventions of my time An outcast I didn t lose the arc but eschewed it I can t find my plot That s reasonable since I didn t think it relevant But these characters Who and what are they Easy to say they are part of the writer s mind That s the simple way out They take me forward on their own I watch their destination as the creation of their own habits and conventions to solidify safety of exposure and vulnerability Difficult even for me as a book the book to see what is in all of us through these people s actions The daughter who steps in Does she can she make a difference Huh They sketch and paint model read eat at the same times Their struggles are our struggles No wonder you don t want to read me Reality sucks right I know what I ll do Hey I ve got to do it By increments moving to the edge of the shelf I willleap A suicide dive with the hope that my inevitable landing will leave me like one of those turtles on there backs open You ll pick me up right and hopefully glance Glancing is good Then there is the possibility that what you see is intriguing The people wandering around ouryour library though not the gloss of a Hollywood screen production are interesting in a disturbing way Disturbing is good rightIt may be too late for me if you close my covers and reshelve me and for you if you do not read me kinks and all

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Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard

Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard review ß 104 Gabriel Josipovici ê 4 review Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Currently reprinting this title reissuing it with a new cover ahead of the Pierre Bonnard exhibition The Colour of Memory scheduled at Tate Modern London Jan May 20. A fascinating and confusing book like life itself The author brilliantly takes us into the minds of each character but one and we get the other side of the story Well done

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Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard review ß 104 Gabriel Josipovici ê 4 review Free download È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Gabriel Josipovici Gabriel Josipovici's acclaimed novel reissued in 2018 Josipovici's novel is based on the life of Pierre Bonnard the painter of enchanting domestic interiors and innoc. This novella is biographical fiction inspired by aspects of Pierre Bonnard s life and work He painted interiors almost as if they were landscapes often with doors and windows ajar giving a tantalising view through and beyond the permeable boundary between man made and natural worlds The window was open and the french window too and it was as if the garden were inside the room Image Fen tre ouverte sur la Seine Vernon 1911 12 SourceHis subjects were intimate but ordinary domestic moments and uotidian rituals painted from memory with freuent revisions occasionally spanning years Human canine and feline subjects are often not the subjects they re in corners or shadows half truncated His muse and eventual wife Marthe often features especially in the bath Image The Bath 1925 SourceLittle lies and big truthBonnard himself said There is a formula that perfectly fits painting lots of little lies for the sake of one big truth Josipovici does something similar This is steeped in the themes of Bonnard s art transforming his visual tropes to verbal ones But his name and Marthe s are changed and there s a daughter they never had At first that bothered me why not either stay closer to reality or invent an artist I was won over but at an emotional level because I glimpsed the wider truth ImpressionsBonnard was a post impressionist not tied to natural colours and with hints towards modernism and the abstract The book paints an impression of Bonnard in three parts from the perspectives of his adult daughter wife and finally the painter It s better not to know much about Bonnard s life as this isn t factual I enjoyed the second section than the first where the lies Josipovici incorporated into the story began to crystalise into a complex exploration of truth memory and the power of what s unsaid The two main narrators each addressing the other second person become increasingly unreliable as they play with memories and alternative scenarios Gradually the reader uestions their honesty and then sanity Instead of two sides of key moments there are several overlapping shifting ones Who rejected who and why Or maybe no one did But both feel guilt and pass blame Where lies truthIf you were instead to read the mother s section and then the daughter s a rather different story and interpretation might evolveThe final few paragraphs from Bonnard himself add poignancy but not clarity They don t need to Their brevity exemplifies his apparently self contained emotions What excites me is the way things are seen out of the corner of the eyes are felt at the edges of consciousness Image Coffee 1915 SourceChosen becauseI read this shortly after I d been stunned by my first Josipovici novella The Cemetery in Barnes see my review HERE and because last year I went to a Bonnard exhibition at Tate Modern see HERE This book turned out to be very different from both but was unexpectedly relatable reading in a pandemic I sat in my sunny garden gazing at views across the valley longing to escape the Coronavirus lockdown uotes I want my people to be bathed in time as the Impressionists bathed them in light What do we want from life that makes us so dissatisfied with whatever is given Individual moments unrelated to each other A lot of separate moments and between them holes Separate Distinct Like beads on a string You have to find a way which will do justice to the passing of time to the fact that nothing stands still And yet to give that fleeting uality a solidity without turning it into a monument His work always includes a sense of the before and after Image The Window 1925 SourceNote There are no illustrations in the book itself I don t think it needs them but it is helpful to know roughly what his paintings look like before you read it

  • Paperback
  • 144
  • Contre Jour A Triptych After Pierre Bonnard
  • Gabriel Josipovici
  • English
  • 06 January 2020
  • 9781857544107